A classic kitchen is built around a table-style island with beautiful turned legs that everyone loves.
The tablelike island is a kitchen concept that has been done before. The previous owners of this Connecticut home patterned the island after one they'd seen while touring a model home in South Carolina. The model home turned out to be the current owner's vacation house. Oh, what a small world it is!
While the space has mainly traditional roots, it still manages to feel fresh and on-trend. The wooden range cover mimics a fireplace hearth, making the kitchen cozy and welcoming. The range's features stand out with added paneling and hefty corbels. This kitchen has a traditional yet rustic charm that makes it memorable.
Electrical outlets are built inside the corner appliance garages for convenience. Two refrigerators flank the doorway leading to the home's entryway. Below the paneled refrigerators are freezer, crisper, and beverage drawers that provide extra storage.
The stainless-steel cooktop is outfitted with a pot filler faucet that swivels out of the way when not in use. The pot filler faucet is a convenient feature that customizes any kitchen.
Swedish stools and a table-style island are painted a contemporary gray color and are a major focal point of the room. The island stands 36 inches and mimics a farmhouse-style table. The island makes it easy for family and friends to gather in one location and provides ample countertop space for meal prep.
The traditional design of the hanging glass pendants is classic and will never go out of style. Since the lights aren’t bulky or heavy, they also help lighten the room up a bit.