This farmhouse-style 46" x 44" piece with an overhang. Plates, tables decorations, and meal preparation utensils may fit on the large surface. Base cabinets provide kitchen storage.
Adding metal to old wood pieces modernizes the style. The brushed metal top was adapted to the original cabinet. Bar seating is available under the overhang.
Thinking outside the box for a DIY kitchen island might provide unusual ideas. See this ancient door turned into a table. You'd never think of a door this way, yet it makes sense!
This DIY island is smaller and won't take over the kitchen. It is elegant and strong. Since the tabletop matches the counter tops, it blends into the kitchen.
A garbage can is frequently unattractive and smelly in the kitchen. By concealing the trash can in your DIY kitchen island, you can remove any unpleasant associations.
Reusing a desk as a kitchen island continues the concept. This study desk becomes a kitchen showpiece with a few simple changes, including a bottom shelf.
Your next DIY kitchen island may be adjacent to your kitchen wall. Knocking down a wall opens up a kitchen to the rest of the house. The surviving structure can support an island.
You may always improve your DIY kitchen island by adding surface space. extra seating and workspace is available with extra leaves.
One purpose of DIY kitchen island design is space savings. Add multiple storage chambers to the framework for optimal results. Pull-out drawers simplify storage access.