Seeing Double: the Double Kitchen Island

Do you dream of a kitchen island? A bonus stretch of cabinets and counters, perhaps with a sink, to serve as a prep area, workhorse, or extra seating? Now you can upgrade your dream with a double kitchen island.

That’s right – make that dream super-luxurious with not one, but two islands! Double kitchen islands can serve all of your needs (and your wants), depending on their layout.

True double islands – with two separate islands – act as both a striking focal point and an efficient superstar in your kitchen. Use one as a prep area and one as a dining area (in place of or in addition to a table), or customize according to your personal needs. They don’t have to be the same height, layout, shape, size, or even color to make a statement.

Kitchen by E. B. Mahoney Builders, Inc.
Kitchen by bldg.collective
Kitchen by LaRue Architects
Kitchen by Lazarus & Sargeant, Architects
Kitchen by Jane Kelly, Kitchen and Bath Designer
Kitchen by Warmington & North
Kitchen by Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
Kitchen by alisha gwen interior design
No room (in the kitchen or budget) for two islands? Create defined zones on one island for a similar effect:
Kitchen by Kitchen Distributors
Kitchen by C O N T E N T Architecture
Kitchen by Jennifer Gilmer Kitchen & Bath
Kitchen by Rock Kauffman Design
Kitchen by Woodale
Define the “zoned” island even more with a dual-height island (or islands):
Kitchen by Maric Homes
Kitchen by Rinat Cassin
Kitchen by Kuche+Cucina
Photo by Paul Craig Photography
Kitchen by CSI Kitchen & Bath Studio
Kitchen by Jones Associates Architects

What kind of double kitchen island do you prefer?


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