If your kitchen is big enough then you definitely should have a country Kitchen Island there. That’s a great thing that adds storage, place to cook, place to eat and many other things. Typically such island can be found in open kitchens but you can install it on any kitchen that has some space for it. Kitchen islands become popular about 50 years ago so nowadays they are quite sophisticated and you can find ideas to design an island that fits any your needs.
Here are few designs for Country Kitchen Island. Crowd-Pleasing Country. Smart planning divides large kitchen into functional and convenient work zones. Add a sink to a kitchen island, to create a separate work and cleanup space. With two islands, there can be more than a cook in the kitchen without one crowding the other. Traditional Country. A blend of Shaker and farmhouse traditions, this kitchen features a big farmhouse sink and furniture-style cabinetry. The wall of glass-front cabinets and two big windows over the sink help the kitchen feel airy. Not covered in heavy window treatments, sunlight has no trouble streaming in through the windows of this kitchen.
Last on Country Kitchen Island is Perfect match. The homeowners wanted the Walnut Island to be big, really big and resemble and old haberdashery chest. Great lighting, mixing and matching finishes, and patinas elevate the room. Dark cabinet pulls both sets of cabinets help unify the room and tie in with the trim on light fixtures and the dark flooring..