Industrial style, Scandi chic or the rustic, natural look. If you’ve got an island in your kitchen-dining room, take a look at these different ways to maximise its style potential. Grab your notebook because they’re full of great ideas.

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An elegant, sophisticated kitchen? Yes, it can be done.

If you’re the type who quaffs a glass of wine as you follow an impressive recipe, you can create an equally classy kitchen. Illuminate your kitchen island with a modern hanging ceiling light, or with three stylish and minimalist Maude lights, as @sincroproyectos has done.

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The island as dining room, the secret of French villa chic

Want to add space? Turn two rooms into one The kitchen island at @le_petit_francais’ place also serves as a dining table. It’s taller, of course, so he’s matched it with some Nina bar stools to give natural wood the starring role.

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In the kitchen, you can’t go wrong with the Nordic look

If white is the main shade in your kitchen, use your island and dining room to give it a Nordic touch with wood and other neutral tones, such as grey. @lamodeaixoise has chosen Slad stools for the whole family, creating a cool yet timeless space.

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Gold, gold, everywhere

If you love the colour gold but aren’t sure where to put it, @noterbel_ ha dado has the answer: in your kitchen. She’s used three overhead lights with a brass finish to illuminate her island and give it a touch of high glam. We love it!

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Need a bit of colour? Paint it black!

Sounds unlikely, but it’s true. In this kitchen in Barcelona’s Sarrià district, @cristinaalvarezdesign has joined her island to the dining table, with different heights. Where the wood meets the black accents of the Tressia chairs and Faye stools, it’s a match made in heaven.

Dec. 30, 2020, 12:39 p.m.
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