Published at Sunday, 29 October 2017 by Fabien Jean in Kitchen Island, with total 83 digitals.
Kitchens that boast an antique design concept are fun to work with when choosing a kitchen island. Whether your kitchen space is an ode to all things beautiful of past eras, or you are simply seeking to add a few antique design elements, there is a way to give any kitchen island a bit of old-fashioned flavor.
A well-worn look is part of the antique kitchen island's charm, so embrace its imperfections. Drawers difficult to open? Install accessories like towel bars on the side to increase its functionality, or add a weathered-looking shelf to the bottom of a table for additional storage space.
White countertops often get a reputation for being high-maintenance. Stark-white surfaces are known for showing every crumb or being more prone to show a stain. That's not necessarily the case, though. Keep in mind that the look of your countertop depends largely on the type of surface you use, from stone and stone-look countertops to solid wood options.