The island lifestyle isn't only for the rich and famous. Even the smallest of kitchens can be designed to accommodate an island adding a valuable work surface along with appliances and a prep sink.
Often the centerpiece of activity, an island can be as simple as a small table or an elaborate multi-level surface with its own sink, dishwasher and seating for the entire family. Islands can be created in all shapes and sizes by combining cabinetry to create additional storage and counter space. An island can help to separate the kitchen space from the living space within an open floor plan, so that there are clear work zones for the cook and the family or guests.
A freestanding island table is the perfect venue to create a unique furniture-like centerpiece for your kitchen. Select a daring color combination or wood species to contrast with the kitchen cabinetry and embellish it with decorative hardware that is truly singular.
Your Dura Supreme kitchen designer will guide you through the selection process to choose your drawer configuration, end treatment, back treatment (plain or beaded), floor option (plain or slatted) and turned post design. The combinations are nearly endless and every design is uniquely suited to you and your home.
The islands pictured below are just a few examples of countless possible designs that can be created with Dura Supreme's islan d table program.