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BHG.com Kitchens Kitchen Islands Kitchen Islands with Seating Whether it’s a simple counter overhang or an elaborate island extension with multiple heights and surfaces, these interesting, architectural islands ideas will have you clamoring to dine in tonight. By Kathy Barnes Facebook Pinterest Twitter Google Plus Email Print More Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Kitchen Islands Contrasting Kitchen Islands Kitchen Island Designs We Love Small-Space Kitchen Island Ideas Colorful Kitchen Islands Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Great for Gathering Gather around! Prep, serve, dine — this kitchen island with counter stools has space to do it all. The common configuration is a winner for any design style. What to consider when you add seating to an island. Get all of the info here! 2 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Small Kitchen Seating Simply extending the island countertop and adding supports creates a slight overhang, where seating feels natural and at home, even in a small kitchen. Top your island with beautiful countertops. Use our Countertop Finder Tool to pick the best for you! 3 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Dining Add-On A standard dining table and area rug set against the island give the illusion of one large furniture piece. Simply pull the table away and add more chairs for larger occasions. 4 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Prep and Peninsula In a compact layout, it’s best to keep seating out of the kitchen’s work core. Barstools along the peninsula let friends and family gather yet stay clear of the action. 5 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Add Lighting Over Your Island Check out the latest trends in lighting to try over your island. 6 of 20 Facebook Pinterest In-Kitchen Dining In an uncommon but stunning setup, this formal dining table sits at the heart of the kitchen, making it easy for hosts to serve, clean up, and entertain. 7 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Corner Casual Use a corner of an island to designate a place to plan meals, pay bills, or to simply enjoy a cup of coffee. Turned legs and beaded board give a furniture feel to the island. Add an island in your kitchen remodel. Get tips and insight from the pros in our Remodeling Guide. 8 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Come Right In A pair of cushy stools tucked away makes for a comfortable place to enjoy a casual meal or hang with the cook during meal prep. 9 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Cozy Island Kitchens with an adjacent dining room or great-room look their best when the decor makes a smooth transition. These upholstered chair-style seats at the kitchen island add softness, yet can move to other rooms when needed. 10 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Raised Seating An elevated height designates this dining area, where barstools tuck entirely out of the way. The lower counter at the island’s other end is the right height for kitchen prep work. Before you add an island or add seats to your island, read this to know what to consider! 11 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Table + Island = Perfection Combine a bank of cabinetry with a farmhouse-inspired table design for a custom island with room to gather. Wonder if wood is a good fit for your kitchen? Take our Countertop Finder Quiz and find out! 12 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Roll Up Add casters for bonus function. When stationary, it’s a spot to talk to the chef or to stop and enjoy a cookbook. But, the wheels give it go power, allowing you to push it wherever you might need an extra work surface. Top the island with butcher block for a warm and functional material. 13 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Stools with Style Simple brackets support an extension of the island’s surface for casual family meals. Stools in a vibrant color add a fun surprise to the decor. 14 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Extended Seating A table extension off the island differentiates prep space (the island) and dining space (the table) for separate experiences in the same room. 15 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Seats-a-Plenty Kitchens with the luxury of extra square footage sometimes feature two islands — one hardworking space for kitchen prep and cleanup and a second for seating. This allows guests to be near the action without getting underfoot. 16 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Sleek Seats To keep a kitchen with clean lines and cool colors from going minimalist add a furniture-inspired island and modern, sleek seating for a happy style blend. Get our Remodeling Guide INSTANTLY and get tips and insight from the pros for our remodel. 17 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Nifty Nook Turn a nontraditional nook of space into counter seating for one — perfect for prepping, planning, or enjoying the view. 18 of 20 Facebook Pinterest On the Bench If you want to avoid a tangle of stools at your kitchen island, opt for upholstered bench seating. Available in a variety of sizes and fabric styles, bench seating adds softness to the kitchen island. 19 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Tuck Under Leather stools provide a comfortable, low-profile perch at the kitchen island that’s warm and easy to clean. The side panels of this island help corral stools and keep everything tidy. 20 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Contrasting Kitchen Islands Contrasting Kitchen Islands Whether you have a lot of cabinetry or a little, an island in a contrasting color adds interest to any kitchen. Begin Slideshow » Related Kitchen Island Designs We Love Small-Space Kitchen Island Ideas Colorful Kitchen Islands
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Kitchen Island Dining Table

Prev View all Next × Prev View all Next Prev View all Next Popular In Kitchen Islands Contrasting Kitchen Islands Kitchen Island Designs We Love Small-Space Kitchen Island Ideas Colorful Kitchen Islands Everything In This Slideshow 1 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Great for Gathering Gather around! Prep, serve, dine — this kitchen island with counter stools has space to do it all. The common configuration is a winner for any design style. What to consider when you add seating to an island. Get all of the info here! 2 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Small Kitchen Seating Simply extending the island countertop and adding supports creates a slight overhang, where seating feels natural and at home, even in a small kitchen. Top your island with beautiful countertops. Use our Countertop Finder Tool to pick the best for you! 3 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Dining Add-On A standard dining table and area rug set against the island give the illusion of one large furniture piece. Simply pull the table away and add more chairs for larger occasions. 4 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Prep and Peninsula In a compact layout, it’s best to keep seating out of the kitchen’s work core. Barstools along the peninsula let friends and family gather yet stay clear of the action. 5 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Add Lighting Over Your Island Check out the latest trends in lighting to try over your island. 6 of 20 Facebook Pinterest In-Kitchen Dining In an uncommon but stunning setup, this formal dining table sits at the heart of the kitchen, making it easy for hosts to serve, clean up, and entertain. 7 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Corner Casual Use a corner of an island to designate a place to plan meals, pay bills, or to simply enjoy a cup of coffee. Turned legs and beaded board give a furniture feel to the island. Add an island in your kitchen remodel. Get tips and insight from the pros in our Remodeling Guide. 8 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Come Right In A pair of cushy stools tucked away makes for a comfortable place to enjoy a casual meal or hang with the cook during meal prep. 9 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Cozy Island Kitchens with an adjacent dining room or great-room look their best when the decor makes a smooth transition. These upholstered chair-style seats at the kitchen island add softness, yet can move to other rooms when needed. 10 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Raised Seating An elevated height designates this dining area, where barstools tuck entirely out of the way. The lower counter at the island’s other end is the right height for kitchen prep work. Before you add an island or add seats to your island, read this to know what to consider! 11 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Table + Island = Perfection Combine a bank of cabinetry with a farmhouse-inspired table design for a custom island with room to gather. Wonder if wood is a good fit for your kitchen? Take our Countertop Finder Quiz and find out! 12 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Roll Up Add casters for bonus function. When stationary, it’s a spot to talk to the chef or to stop and enjoy a cookbook. But, the wheels give it go power, allowing you to push it wherever you might need an extra work surface. Top the island with butcher block for a warm and functional material. 13 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Stools with Style Simple brackets support an extension of the island’s surface for casual family meals. Stools in a vibrant color add a fun surprise to the decor. 14 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Extended Seating A table extension off the island differentiates prep space (the island) and dining space (the table) for separate experiences in the same room. 15 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Seats-a-Plenty Kitchens with the luxury of extra square footage sometimes feature two islands — one hardworking space for kitchen prep and cleanup and a second for seating. This allows guests to be near the action without getting underfoot. 16 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Sleek Seats To keep a kitchen with clean lines and cool colors from going minimalist add a furniture-inspired island and modern, sleek seating for a happy style blend. Get our Remodeling Guide INSTANTLY and get tips and insight from the pros for our remodel. 17 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Nifty Nook Turn a nontraditional nook of space into counter seating for one — perfect for prepping, planning, or enjoying the view. 18 of 20 Facebook Pinterest On the Bench If you want to avoid a tangle of stools at your kitchen island, opt for upholstered bench seating. Available in a variety of sizes and fabric styles, bench seating adds softness to the kitchen island. 19 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Tuck Under Leather stools provide a comfortable, low-profile perch at the kitchen island that’s warm and easy to clean. The side panels of this island help corral stools and keep everything tidy. 20 of 20 Facebook Pinterest Next Slideshow Contrasting Kitchen Islands Contrasting Kitchen Islands Whether you have a lot of cabinetry or a little, an island in a contrasting color adds interest to any kitchen. Begin Slideshow » Related Kitchen Island Designs We Love Small-Space Kitchen Island Ideas Colorful Kitchen Islands

Kitchen Island Dining Table

Kitchen Island Dining Table
Kitchen Island Dining Table
Kitchen Island Dining Table
Kitchen Island Dining Table
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