Kitchen Island Design is a trending concept in kitchens. It is a freestanding cabinet that either complements or contrasts the existing design. A good Kitchen Island Design acts as a self-sufficient mini kitchen that is within hands reach from every corner. It is a good gathering space where one can socialise without having to stop their chores. Kitchen Island Design inspirations come in a wide range of sizes, shapes, and colours. It can be modular or bespoke, which reflects the user’s personality. Modern Kitchen Island Design is highly innovative and experiments with a wide range of materials and textures. Let us look at a few mesmerising Kitchen Island Design Inspirations that can enhance the cooking experience.
1.Moroccan Ceramic Tiles
The island platform in the kitchen is adorned with handmade Moroccan ceramic tiles and white countertop stone that also aid in breaking the monolithic color tone of the area.
Designed by : Foxline Architects | Interiors
Location: Umeta, Vadodara
Principal Architect : Ar. Shailee Solanki
Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah
2.Natural Stone Countertop
The house revolves around the concept of connections. The connections of the indoor with the outdoor, the inter-relation of one space with another along with the courtyard and the interaction of various volumes and floors with each other. Developed along the principles of nine grid planning, the house has a courtyard at its core. The front door of this biophilic house opens into a central circulation axis. With the living, double height dining and kitchen on one side extending into a beautiful garden presenting serene views.
Designed by : TRAANSPACE
Principal Architect : Urvi Shah, Supriya Karkare, Sanjana, Nupur
Photograph Courtesy : Umang Shah
3.Multilevel Shades of White and Blue
This residential interior project is an exquisite fusion of modern and traditional elements, exuding a sense of elegance and drama. As you step inside, you’re greeted by the Gayatri mantra on the wall, “invoking a sense of calm and spirituality,” says the designer. The entrance sets the tone for the rest of the home, blending the traditional with the contemporary.The kitchen is designed in minimalistic shades of white and blue, allowing the chef to focus on creating culinary masterpieces.
Designed by : Upside Artist Design Studio
Location: Bavdhan , Pune
Principal Architect : Chinky Budhraja & Ankit Gupta
Photograph Courtesy : Aroh Thombre
4.White Island Amidst Brown
Vastu shastra since ancient times has been an integral part of Indian architecture, we strive to incorporate these scientific principles in our designs as well, aiding the residents to make their house a home. The pristine white satuario kitchen showcases elegance and class, with the wooden inbuilt console adding the touch of warmth to the Kitchen.
Designed by : ZZARNA SSTUDIO
Location: 143 Kanha Residency, Kalali, Vadodara
Principal Architect : Himanshi Patel & Dipen V Patel
Photograph Courtesy : Sagar Bhavsar
5.Warm Tones Of Tan And Wood
Warm tones of tan, wooden elements, and warm shades of browns set the thematic backdrop in the family lounge area; embossed patterned paneling, brass wall installations create the highlights in this zone. The voided geometric partition wall and faux plants screen the spaces from the circulatory passage leading up to the formal living room. The family lounge looks into views of green as it is flanked by an open-to-sky triple-height courtyard that is dressed with a scaling faux foliage vertical garden and a traditional swing on the ground level, reminiscent of heritage Gujarati residences.
Designed by : Design Studio Associates
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Ar. Ruchir Sheth
Photograph Courtesy : Yogi Trivedi
6.Pop of Blue in Neutral
Adjoining kitchen serves as the source of prudent interiors. It has its own materials, color selections has been defined by balancing a bold color with the neutrals similar to breakfast table. It is majorly white – blue tone and well lit for convenient cooking curating a unique from of modernity and class with its neat design.
Designed by : Tvashta Architects & Interiors
Location: Ahmedabad, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Ar. Kandarp Shah & Niteesha Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Umang Shah & Ridham Gajjar
7.Varied Shades Of White
What was unique about this site was the lovely view it had. Luckily adjacent to few acres of open land with a very naturally wild landscape, lovely bit of boulders. We could spot peacocks every other day. We had completely reworked the civil structure from what the earlier designer had proposed, to a new proposal to open up the whole building to capture these views. The users of the space don’t really need anything to relax but to just lookout to take a chill. Pleasant to the eyes, the view is beautiful at different times of the day, and changing seasons.
Designed by : Dev & Kaushik Architects
Principal Architect : Kaushik Abhinav, Nikhil Dev
Photograph Courtesy : Ricken Desai
8.Oblong Kitchen Island
The sumptuous, upraised kitchen countertop starkly contrasts with the subtle pastel elements inlaid within several layers of this sublime, regal kitchen. The dining room, attached one room ahead of the lounge room, includes sophisticated backdrops. The leading element it comprises is the astonishing eyelet drapes, cornered and tied into an elaborate knot, allowing entrance. It starkly juxtaposes the idealism followed by modern designs, making an elegant contrast between contemporary art and colonial elements.
Designed by : Ankur & Sarvesh
Principal Architect : Ankur Jindal and Sarvesh Jain
9.Pop of Blue and Yellow
The color palette of the kitchen perceived to be neutral with shades of beige and veneer along with vibrant hints of blue. The subtle bold design of dining area narrating both fun & warmth through accessories and dim lighting
Designed by : IDC Designs
Principal Architect : Yesha Vaidya
Photograph Courtesy : Inclined studio
10.Black and White Kitchen Island
The open plan creates a huge party space with a dining area, mini bar, home theatre, and the balcony. All these spaces are accessible from the living room and are divided by translucent partitions crafted with wood, frosted glass, and fabric. A fine continuity is seen in the design elements.
Designed by : Hightieds
Principal Architect : Rimpy Shah
11.A Combination of Grey and Maroon
Kitchen : Calmness – A combination of rose gold laminate with a beige rustic finish caesarstone countertop and dado adds a soothing look.
Designed by : studio8055
Location: Secunderabad, Telangana
Principal Architect : Sharma Athreyasa
12.Extendable Steel Kitchen Island
A nondescript portal leads to the wet kitchen and the dry yard. Here we have a working countertop in East Indian Walnut wood that contrasts beautifully with the grey cementitious walls by Concrete Works India. Across the portal to the wet kitchen is the door to the powder bathroom.
Designed by : MuseLAB
Principal Architect : Huzefa Rangwala and Jasem Pirani
Photograph Courtesy : Sameer Tawde
13.Italian Kitchen Countertop
Founded in the 1950s, Binova is among the top 20 European Kitchen brands based out of Italy. Since this is the first-ever flagship showroom in India, the client was insistent that it be one of the best. The entire design process revolved around highlighting the carefully crafted kitchens and making them stand out in the space. The main purpose of the design was to build its interiors around the products to make them the showstoppers.
Designed by : I.E- Design
Principal Architect : Shreya Anand
14.Brick Clad Countertop
The 9.45 cents plot, one of many carved out into the windward side of a small hill in the urban outskirts of Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, overlooks the valley on the East and has a 3.3m wide access street to the West.This vernacular home embraces nurturing and forgiving spaces for varying emotions and conflicts; to unite as Akam (അകം- Malayalam transl. core/ inside/ mind/ soul) of the family.
Designed by : Ishtika
Location: Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala
Principal Architect : Jinoj Mathidharan
Photograph Courtesy : Prahlad Gopakumar
15.Complementing Kitchen Island
The brief laid out by the client was to design a very functional, Vastu compliant house with two bedrooms, living, dining, family seating, wet and dry kitchen on the lower level, and an entertainment area with some spill-over space on the upper level. White bare walls and grey floors create an overarching harmony in the house, which is then accented with highlights of blue.
Designed by : Traanspace
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat, India
Principal Architect : Ar Urvi Shah
Photograph Courtesy :Tejas Shah Photography
Two homes were amalgamated into one with, two drawing areas, a family living area, an everyday family dining and a formal dining accommodating larger crowd, an everyday kitchen and a party/ open kitchen with utility, store room and a room for the house help, The home has 6 bedrooms with attached closets, toilets, private balconies. An extra bedroom was converted into a media room with a small bar provision adjacent. Another bedroom was converted into an exclusive master closet for him and her.
Location: Madhapur, Hyderabad
Principal Architect : Nikhil Dev VN, Kaushik Abinav
Photograph Courtesy : : Ricken Desai
17.Stone-topped Veneer Island
The open Dry Kitchen is modular with inbuilt appliances which gives a minimalistic look and we have a wet kitchen also for the typical Indian cooking leading into a store room.
Designed by : The Canvas Design Strokes
Location: Gachibowli, Hyderabad
Principal Architect : Anjali Sahni & Komal Agarwall
18.Sombre Tone and Ambient Lighting
The kitchen here is designed to exemplify modern characteristics with its sober flooring, the wooden ceiling and subtle tones of grey where The element of chimney hangs like an artefact with the sleek finish thus attaining neatness in its design approach
Designed by : Line Design Studio
Principal Architect : Akash Dodhiawala & Pooja Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Akhil Patel
19.Double Decker Kitchen Island
The great room is envisaged as where most of the happy memories of the users are made and is the core of all activities of the house. The triple height space has an open living-dining-kitchen layout, that opens itself into a linear garden with a view of the sea beyond.
Designed by : ED+ Architecture
Location: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Principal Architect : Ammaar Chowdry & Mridula S Chowdry
Photograph Courtesy : BRS Sreenag
On the right side of the dining, the space opens up into the spunky blue kitchen. With an open kitchen plan that was conspicuous in the public space, we decided to conceptualize it to create a fully immersive experience. We chose a striking blue as our base tone and interweaved it with soft whites accentuating it with rattan. With functionality being prima facie, we also designed a petite island for them, which serves as a breakfast counter too. Detailing the island with curves to replicate the entryway arch we designed, we harmonized our scheme. We further added pizazz to the space with glitzy gold accents in the delicate cabinet knobs and a pendant light above the island, not to miss the faucet at the sink as well.
Designed by : U and I Designs
Location: Bangalore, Karnataka
Principal Architect : Sonal R Mutha & Aniketh Bafna
Photograph Courtesy : : Nayan Soni
21.Teal and Mustard
Moving forward, we have the Dining area which is connected to the Kitchen area. But the Kitchen area can also be separated from the rest of this space via its artificial walls. Moving forward, we have the Dining area which is connected to the Kitchen area. But the Kitchen area can also be separated from the rest of this space via its artificial walls.The interior, again, is a mix of Modern and Roman concept which gives a modern and traditional look at the same time.
Designed by : MD17 Design Studio
Location: Surat, Gujarat.
Principal Architect : Mr. Dhruv Kothari
Photograph Courtesy : Manan Dalia
This project is called 02, The Hidden House, and spans across the plot area of 12,000 sq.ft, located in the heart of north Vadodara. The house is a geometric composition of clean lines and stark surfaces. There is a very strong reason for calling it a hidden house due to the relation between context and concept. The house is facing south with 18 meter wide road in front.
Designed by : A+T Associates
Principal Architect : Archis Patel, Tanvi Rajpurohit
23.Multipurpose Modular Kitchen
Standing here, you are led toward the dining area and kitchen to the right, followed by the powder room and the multipurpose area. Modular kitchen furniture and storage will enable easy modification of the space, as the client grows in the space.
Designed by : Sharan Architecture + Design
Location: Surat, Gujarat
Principal Architect : : Vipul Sukhadia & Kruti Sukhadia
Photograph Courtesy : Nilkanth Bharucha
24.Open Design Kitchen Island
The project offered us an opportunity to design it in a balanced blend of classic and contemporary design, which holds the roots of their traditions along with the touch of modernity. The same subtle colour scheme of the living room is continued here in the family sitting with a contrasting bright green in the kitchen which is chosen to add an element of freshness.
Designed by : JIHAN ASSOCIATES
Location: Godhra, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Minesh Shah
Photograph Courtesy : JIHAN ASSOCIATES
25.Solid Oval Countertop
A kitchen which is an important part of our Indian culture should have a centre of interest. A complete kitchen made up of profile glass shutter with black profile handles. A view of greatness from kitchen which is made of profile glass shutter and Island table to serve the best of the best.
Designed by : Ganesh Design Studio
Location: Ravi garden, Rajkot
Principal Architect : Bhargav Ladani
Photograph Courtesy : Mitul Nathwani
26.Marble Over Wood Strip Base
The open kitchen is adjacent to the dining space. It is open with an island platform, and a sleek reflective surfacing is what defines the space. It is conceptualized in gray and white with the gray overpowering through its vertical grooves and its spread over the platform and walls to terminate into the ceiling. A wood band runs across the ceiling space detailed in veneer and grooves. A metal cuboidal frame is brought down keeping it slender; aptly functioning to engage the chimney over the island platform. An oblique with marble on one side and wood on the other construes the island platform cum workstation.
Designed by : P Square Designs
Principal Architect : Maulik G Bhadani
Photograph Courtesy : Inclined Studio
27.Teak With Gold Inlay
The gallery-style kitchen chooses a grey and white finish instead of warm browns. It is created with a modern aesthetic to maximize storage capacity. The highlight of this space is the island work space with a breakfast counter with a hanging storage and light fixture specially made to give it a sleek look.
Designed by : De’ Caves By Chitte Architects
Principal Architect : Ar. Devendra Chitte, Ar. Parth Chitte & I.D. Vishal Chitte
Photograph Courtesy : Murtaza Gandhi
28.White in Subdued Backdrop
A ‘V’ shaped metal column at the entrance was a strong infusion and substitute for a heavy looking RCC column. An outdoor kitchen, storage area and service area were also designed.
Designed by : NIRMANAM DESIGN STUDIO
Location: VADODARA, GUJARAT, INDIA
Principal Architect : AR. BHARGAV PANCHOLI & ID.DARSHANA VORA
29.Interplay of Hues and Finishes
The capacious kitchen dons a bright mien with its subtle yet impactful interplay of hues and finishes. The exposed concrete floors by Super Surfaces carry forth through the kitchen, only to be interjected by a whiff of colour in the form of a rustic jade hue adorning the backsplash tiles. The function of storage and circulation is further enhanced herein with a central cooking island, creating an interactive layout within. The white-hued cabinetry establishes a sense of expanse, layered with rattan-clad millwork fronts and deep wooden tones through the open shelving systems. The matte gold hardware ushers in quiet elegance into the kitchen.
Designed by : Studio Skapa Architects
Principal Architect : Charita Kishore Rupa
Photograph Courtesy : Yash R Jain
30.Marble Kitchen Island
And the kitchen is designed keeping present and future needs in mind. 1. Floor Marble (Alaska Grey) which has LED light to highlight the beauty of its venis. 2. Backlit onyx marble top for dining table.
Designed by : Space Makeers
Location: Rajhans Royalton, Vesu, Surat, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Abhishek Jadav & Toral Patel
Photograph Courtesy :Noaidwin Sttudio
31.White With Silver Inlays
The KariGhars, ‘The Gods of Contemporary Design’, have set the standard for great interior design, with the launch of the very first Experience Center in Bangalore. The experience center of The KariGhars has transformed the notion of viewing online to indulge physically with the product. The center is designed to provide a sense of how a home might appear and function. It is an assortment of different designs, materials, furniture, and furnishings.
Designed by : The KariGhars
Principal Architect : Abhishek Chadha & Aashita Chadha
Photograph Courtesy : VikramJit Singh
32.Classic White Wainscoting
The dining ensemble consists of a very elegant white and black marble standing atop antique wooden legs refurbished from the family’s’ previously used furniture paired with contemporary wooden chairs. Also present in the dining room is a curious repurposed Edwardian cabinet that earlier served as a storage for clothes. With the addition of framed glass shutters, it today serves as a crockery cum wine storage cabinet.
Designed by : IBR Designs
Principal Architect : RANJANI SIGAMANI
Photograph Courtesy : NAYAN SONI
33.Granite Countertop With PU Finish
Kitchen platform is having granite finish on top and contrasting look has been created using PU finish drawer with black profile handles and black glass with profile shutters for overhead storage.
Designed by : Archaic Design Studio
Location: Ratnakar-3, Satellite
Principal Architect : Kalpesh Mewada
34.Smart Blue Quartz Countertop
This clean modern kitchen is an example of luxurious minimalism. With white glass shutters complementing the smart blue quartz counter, this kitchen has an English charm to it accented with golden handles that are super classy. The blue island is the hotspot of this kitchen, literally. To ensure that the Vaastu was in place, the island was doubled as a breakfast counter with the hob. The hanging lights above the breakfast counter add intrigue to a classic design.
Designed by : Interiors By Ranjani
Principal Architect : Ranjani Sigamani
Photograph Courtesy : NayanSoni
35.Olive Green Kitchen Island
The quartz stone on counter top and walls with dining top gives a classy look to the kitchen. The olive green shade of back painted glass gives a clam and pleasant effect to the kitchen.Common area gives a green palette to the interior. The back drop of the dining is designed with pebble stone effect and birds sitting on wire for natural look. Dining table consists of bench to accommodate more sitting . The common basin is designed with metal frame structure and full mirror creates wise look to the space.
Designed by : Beyond Arch Studio
Location: Morbi, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Neil kalawadia, Rushabh Mehta, Sagar Meghani
Photograph Courtesy : Beyond_photography_88
36.White in Open Wood Theme Kitchen
On the first floor, the living room and kitchen share a common space, bypassing the dividing wall to free up space. The open kitchen connects the front yard and back yard to expand the space. The interior has brown wood tone as the main theme, withdining tables and chairs are arranged between kitchen island and seating space.
Designed by : EVITArchitecture
Location: Đà Nẵng, Vietnam
Principal Architect : Phan Thanh Vu
37.Kitchen Island By The Window Wall
The communal areas of the Awrawikara consist of a dining area, living room, powder room, and dry kitchen. The Foyer and communal area are uniquely separated by a semi-transparent partition in the form of a bespoke diagonally layered wooden shelf which enables natural light and ventilation to pass through each layer.
Designed by : Andra Matin
Location: Kecamatan Bogor Selatan, Indonesia
Principal Architect : Andra Matin
Photograph Courtesy : Mario Wibowo Photography
38.Commodious Open Kitchen
The family lounge has seamless views of the dining & open kitchen and forms the nucleus of public activity. Graced with the presence of two velvet teal sofas & large glazed windows in the backdrop, this area anchors the common zones of the floor & acts as a buffer between various functions. The adjacent dining nook is all things suave & stated.
Designed by : Design Studio Associates
Location: Vadodara, Gujarat
Photograph Courtesy : Tejas Shah Photography
39.Timber Hover Over Deep Grey
To reinforce the idea of spatial control for the two women, we decided to plan a nucleus living space close to the kitchen. The idea was to create clear and distinct visual connections to the upper floors using light courts, staircases and courtyards as well as main entrances to the residence from this very room. The women could now relax, work, study and spend most of their day in this space without worrying about the house as everything is visually linked.
Designed by : Sian Architects
Location: Meerut, Uttar Pradesh
Principal Architect : Surbhi Singhal and Deepanshu Arneja
Photograph Courtesy : Suryan and Dang
40.Statement Cane Chairs
The kitchen reflects a classically muted colour way, plush marble flooring with copper and chrome accents, this open spaced modern kitchen is minimalistic with hints of industrial, keeping aesthetics & ergonomics a priority.
Designed by : The Urban Ensemble
Principal Architect : Zahabia Taherbhoy
41.Blue Tinted Glass and White-Grey
The very classy modular kitchen can be an inspiration for the modern style cooking. The beautiful island seems to be the most used area to cater the activities like having your gourmet meals or morning coffee peacefully.
Designed by : Innerspace
Location: Indore, MP
Principal Architect : Ar. Ajay Sharma
42.Free Floating Vent Over Counter
Island kitchen platform is provided. In between the living room and kitchen, there is a double heightened ceiling where an elegant customized chandelier is placed.
Designed by : Viviana Interio
Principal Architect : Priyanka Choksi
Photograph Courtesy : Rohan Patel
The dining table made of teak wood sets a rustic tone to the space. An Indo-colonial kitchen with smart marble countertop, overhead wooden cabinets and the huge windows showcasing the outdoors sets a perfect mood to prepare a weekend meal.
Designed by : CK Architect & Interior Designer
Location: Dumas, Surat, Gujarat
Principal Architect : Chintan Patel & Krishna Lalwala
Photograph Courtesy : Noaidwin Sttudio
44.Serene Pastel Countertop
The kitchen is a blend of white and pastel green that pervades the entire place as the island counter joins the party and elevates the ambience to a mellow and relaxed state. Not only does the island counter provide extra storage, but it also functions as a lively area where kids can enjoy their meals.
Photograph Courtesy : Yash R Jain
45.Overlap and Overhang Countertop
In accordance with the contemporary design of the home, a modular kitchen was chosen for the interiors. The bright light spills into the kitchen which has a simple color palette of greys, and in turn brings out the sophistication of the modern kitchen.
Designed by : Studio Brick by Brick
Principal Architect : Naren Sagar & Prerana Pavan
Photograph Courtesy : Phosart Studio
46.New-Old Fusion Baking Counter
A new take on the classic kitchen table – the chef table with blue laminate and yellow colour shelf & grey wall is a sleek, versatile kitchen table that will go well in your studio. Chef’s table is zestful and lively culinary studio which portrays oodles of character through the play of materials. This joyful space houses a kitchen studio and workshop space.
Designed by : Gautam Shewa Architects
Location: Vashi, Navi Mumbai
Principal Architect : Ar. Gautam Shewa
Photograph Courtesy : Shrey kadam
47.Sleek Wood Second Counter
The open-plan concept seamlessly integrates the living, dining, and kitchen areas, fostering a sense of togetherness and functionality. High ceilings, expansive windows, and carefully selected furnishings create an airy and bright ambiance.
Designed by : Elemental Studio
Principal Architect : Ar. Keyur Mewada, Ar. Keyur Khorasia, Ar. Devang Patel
Photograph Courtesy : Prachi Khasgiwala
48.Wide Square Countertop
The kitchen is provided in the South-East corner of the house ensures the flow of wind and light. The ground floor consists of 3 en suite bedrooms with framed views to the private courtyards and landscapes.
Designed by : i2a Architects Studio
Location: Thrissur, Kerala
Principal Architect : Ar. Manuraj C R
Photograph Courtesy : Running Studios
49.Warm Toned Kitchen
A home right in the middle of suburbs or Ahmedabad. A home for a family of two generations living together. The site is located in the suburbs of the city Ahmedabad. Away from hustling city, the site is surrounded by green pastures. The site itself is a home to 34 full grown palm trees on the North and Eastern side. As per our understanding of the clients’ requirements, we designed a functional, aesthetic and minimal home that embraces simplicity and grandeur.
Designed by : Studio RISA
Principal Architect : Ar. Sanchi Khandhar & Riya Patel
Photograph Courtesy : Wabi-Sabi Studios
50.Small Kitchen Countertop Design
What one sees in this residence is how well the interiors blend in with the large windows in the living hall and bedrooms. The design idea for this residence was to strike a perfect balance between simplicity and luxury. We have created simple and straight concepts, characterized by lavish, expensive-looking materials and furnishings. Natural light has played a great role in warming up the spaces of this apartment. The light colored backdrops and upholstery give a sense of naturalness and a welcoming vibe to this home.
Designed by : The Design Trove
Location: Begumpet, Hyderabad
Principal Architect : Meera Shah
Photograph Courtesy : Ricken Desai Photography
Kitchen Island Design is rapidly taking over Indian homes. It has plenty of added benefits aside from being aesthetically pleasing. It improves workflow and is customizable to add hidden storage units. Waterfall countertops with barstools, i.e., a countertop with vertically extending sides reaching the floor, are a recent style statement. Unfortunately, it comes with a hefty price tag, which makes it unsuitable for budget-friendly designs. The curation of 50 Kitchen Island Design Inspirations is not in chronological order; it’s a rather diverse collection of perspectives on using kitchen spaces uniquely.
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