Kitchen Island

kitchen island with wood paneling

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While some kitchen trends wax and wane (appliance garages and crystal chandeliers come to mind), islands have held steady. Practical for food preparation, storage, seating and a gathering spot, islands may be the biggest reason you can’t get guests out of the kitchen at a party. So versatile, they come in many sizes and configurations as well as a variety of materials and can be built to fit most any kitchen. Here are a few that make a functional and pleasing statement.

This big kitchen island hits lots of trend points with bright blue cabinetry playing off white marble counters, rustic wood accents and gold toned fixtures.


Even a small kitchen can have an island to add work space and storage. Better still if it’s easy to move and/or on wheels. This rustic wood high-top looks great, anchors the room, and adds warmth and character but would be easy to move against a wall, if needed.


Or take a cue from restaurants and use a stainless steel island. Tough and non-porous with clean lines and a surface that gets really clean, it’s a staple of professional kitchens for good reason.


Cement countertops have a cool, contemporary look, are heat-resistant, durable and easy to customize plus they lend a little industrial vibe to any kitchen.


RE/MAX Results Collection Home

634 Woodland Way

Spectacular four bed, four bath, four car garage rambler in desired area of Eagan. Features open floor plan, main level was designed for total accessibility with wider doors, hallways, and minimal thresholds. Master suite with laundry. Fabulous entertainment and bar area in lower level. District 196 award winning schools.



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