The island is the element which usually separates an from the dining or living spaces. A large kitchen island such as the one used here by can also serve as a bar, expanding the social area beyond the lounge spaces. The fact that the island had an exposed wood base also allows it to stand out and separate itself from the rest of the kitchen.
The hairpin legs of these bar stools create a lightweight appearance and, in contrast, the furry seat covers add a heavy touch to their design, making them look very cozy and comfortable. The stools are the accent details that give character to this kitchen. Everything else is simple but, of course, elegant and with a hint of sophistication. This is a space designed by .
Stainless steel lights are your best option when choosing your fixtures for a retro kitchen, especially when you have pendants over the breakfast bar and the like. When it comes to this, the simpler the better. Leave out your classic mixers and breadboxes on the countertops. They should be seen! Even though you’ll be using them, you’ll want to use them as part of the theme’s decor.
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