Homes are getting smaller and smaller and we’re seeing the tiniest of kitchens. But, we believe there can be kitchen islands for any size home. Take a look below!
This vintage-inspired pastel kitchen utilizes its tiny space well. Adding bright colours and white will make the space feel much brighter. This shelved kitchen island is the perfect solution for this space.
This rustic wood option softens up the modern kitchen. The light wood against the flooring and cabinetry is any Scandi cabin’s dream.
How great is this space? It looks so European, and we can get down with that. This table is a great DIY project. Mount counter height legs onto wood and add some industrial bar stools!
A teensy, tiny kitchen can even have an island! This counter height shelf unit is a good option.
This mid-century space utilised the space well. Who says your formal dining area can’t be in the kitchen?
This ikea island is one of the most popular solutions for small spaces. Stack dishes and cookware here.
This lacquer high-top bar is amazing! Tuck two stools under to save space.
This eclectic space has so much going on, but doesn’t look over styled. We love the cowhide seats paired with the glossy Parson’s table.
Here are some more styling options for the Ikea unit!
This industrial cart works well by the window. Add wall storage to utilise vertical space.
And if your kitchen is simply too small for an island, try this wall-mounted table option.
We’re constantly working with small kitchens in new builds we stage. We find these tips help us, and hope they helped you too!