Kitchen Island with Table End in Traditional Design
In the first photo below, inset maple cabinets are fitted with leaded glass doors, topped with stepped crown molding and paired with a formal tile backsplash for the most traditional look possible.
Yet the next photo reveals a new concept, seamlessly integrated into the traditional design – the table-end island. Organizing island seating this way encourages interaction among those seated, yet allows the space to be co-opted for prep when necessary. The oiled-brass and upholstered bar stools pick up the subtle detailing in the maple inset cabinets, which have revealed hinge barrels. A nod to modern function, the stainless and glass professional range hood promises to keep the atmosphere clear no matter how exuberant the cook.
And finally, the third photo shows how a bonus section of cabinets next to the double-oven stack, home to the microwave drawer, becomes a beautiful display hutch, a graceful transition to the adjacent living area.More Photos