Published at Friday, September 29th 2017. by Auberta Perrier in Kitchen Countertops.
A genuine oak tree trunk in the kitchen does make a pretty spectacular visual. in‐conjunction with designer Willi Bruckbauer extemporize on this idea by adding a material slab to shape a enthrall kitchen island. The flatted tree torso top can also be used as a prep zone while the blend of textures adds to the overall appeal of the creation. Complete with sink in‐conjunction with twin cooktops, this kitchen island doubles as a dramatic sculptural addition.
You need not always opt for an over‐the‐top kitchen island to make a huge impact. Crafted from natural tree trunks in‐conjunction with branches, this small, custom‐crafted kitchen island holds its own in‐conjunction with becomes an instant focal point in the room. A perfect choice for those who prefer sustainable lifestyle in‐conjunction with nature‐centric design, the island would lead the way towards greener in‐conjunction with healthier cooking habits.
We love this kitchen island for its simplicity, practicality in‐conjunction with the fact that most of us can afford to create something similar in our own homes. The walnut bookshelf on wheels is the actual showstopper here in‐conjunction with the island was designed as a prep zone for homeowners who fancy themselves as serious cooks. Smart shelves along with lovely pendant lights add to the appeal of the island.
Rustic backdrop in‐conjunction with minimalist brilliance come together to shape this kitchen countertop that seems to be floating magically mid‐air! The use of a dark backdrop ensures that the counter stands out beautifully in‐conjunction with the suspended effect is enhanced. Considering how we are all fascinated by anything that seems to defy gravity, this is bound to become a conversation starter every time you have guests over.
So, how is that remarkable countertop floating in mid‐air? For those who might have missed it, a mirror‐finish beam supports it at one of the ends making sure that it is a lot less precarious than it seems. But that doesn't take away from the visual grandeur of this island in‐conjunction with countertop one bit. The presence of acrylic chairs gives the space an even more airy look. We know what you are thinking, but there is no hidden post or mirrored‐pillar on this one.
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