Offsetting the gleaming white appliances in this California home: an island with dark soapstone counters and backsplashes, as well as ash cabinetry painted a muted gray-green (Paris Gray by Annie Sloan Chalk Paint). The homeowner of this restored country kitchen came across this early-1900s green desk — 0 at an antiques shop — and saw an opportunity for a one-of-a-kind workstation.
To make the piece even more functional, she improvised a lower shelf by propping basic wood planks atop the stretchers.
This kitchen has existing countertops and white range, but the cabinets were painted and hexagonal terracotta floor tiles were added, as well as open shelves.
The city version of a farmhouse kitchen features brass hardware, a painted floor, and two Wolf ovens.
It appears the original version of the island was a 36″ base cabinet – is that correct? We have the exact builder grade cabinets and we have been looking to replace the formica top w/ butcher block. do you know how much space is recommended to leave surrounding the island? I’m clicking on your links to the butcher block top and it wants to take me to the home page.
The stools are from Uline and the pendants are from The Foundry Home Goods.With still-functioning pulleys, these industrial and salvaged light fixtures (once used in a billiard hall) make for eye-catching (and hardworking) task lighting above the island in this coastal cottage. (I’m a paint color junkie, so switching it up wasn’t a big deal and I’ll probably use my Rosemary Gallery on a piece of furniture sometime instead!Furnished with Pottery Barn stools painted white to match the custom cabinets, the island provides a place to sit while prepping food.The late-1800s Belgian butcher's table, now a kitchen island, still bears traces of newsprint from the table's hardworking industrial days.
Dark-walnut floors, green soapstone counters, and custom stools (painted Benjamin Moore's Phelps Black) bring weight to the kitchen's white island in this Washington, D. The built-ins and trims are painted Bancroft White by Darryl Carter Colors by Benjamin Moore.