An old kitchen is not the same without a large dining area and that applies to all spaces, whether old or new. If you’re struggling to find ways to repurpose an old kitchen into something else, perhaps you’ll find some inspiration in these kitchen designs. They’re all inspiring and you can find a ton of suitable decor ideas for various spaces, both small and large. We hope you find this list helpful and that you find some new ideas worthy to try your own project.
Kitchen islands are not just for dining areas. In fact, sometimes they’re the perfect fit for a home office. Studio Bazi has a great idea for a kitchen island, with some built-in storage for all the pots and pans and a good amount of counter space which is useful and practical. There’s a big wooden table just above the sink, eliminating the need for a table.
Kitchen islands can also be used as bars. That makes a lot of sense, especially if the kitchen is your temporary room. But the kitchen can still make a big difference once you get to use this space as a dining area. If you don’t want the island to be the main container, then the unique character of the room could be displayed on other sides. This is a nice design idea featured on myowncraftture if you’re interested.
When remodeling an old kitchen, a lot of things can go towards making it look like new again while also making it more user-friendly and user-friendly. One particularly idea that deals with this is to repurpose old furniture pieces and to transform them into organizers for all the smaller or more simple things, such as the fridge, microwave oven, etc. You can use these to organize your pantry or the glasses and jars. Check out lifeanninteriors to find out more about this idea.
If you think a kitchen island has more than one use, have a look at the project featured on abeautifulmess. This one involves a pretty detailed tutorial that explains exactly what you need to do in order to reproduce the mechanism on the back of the island. All the different parts need to be replicated this way but you can definitely personalize your own island and get a perfect replacement. The whole point is to make it look good and to have fun but you also have to find a way to make it practical for your own needs.