Want A Luxurious Looking Kitchen? Consider These Irresistible Kitchens With Two Islands Ideas

Kitchens with Two Islands

A kitchen island provides extra countertop space for dining, preparing food, or entertaining guest. You can add one beautiful island, but how about kitchens with two islands?

Setting up two islands in your kitchen comes with numerous functionality and obvious aesthetic addition to your kitchen. When the design was done perfectly, the extra counter won’t make your kitchen overcrowded.

On the other hand, it adds to the amount of counter space and doubles your dining area. You can make bar-style eat-in dining, second sink, extra storage, etc. They also look luxurious. Interested? Check out some of these kitchen plans. 

[1/10] Wonderful Dark Countertops

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The kitchens with two islands idea come with the simplistic black and white color pallet. The second island provides serves a purpose as extra countertops and aesthetic value.

Especially with the color combination, the room looks bigger, airy, and modern. The ceiling pattern and two different styled hanging lamps complete the looks.

[2/10] Great Hardwood Design

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Kitchens with Two Islands - Great Hardwood Design 2b

The exposed hardwood ceiling beams add a rustic vibe that blends with the white cabinetry and double dark wood islands.

The color combinations are very contrasting yet create a perfect balanced look in the room. Two fake bushes on top of the cabinet add color and accent to the design.

[3/10] Large Dining Space

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This idea provides a solution to fill a large space by making kitchens with two islands for extra cooking space and dining area.

The luxurious design comes with warm color tones. Dark woods, wooden floor, light-brown paint, warm light fixtures, and furniture dominate the whole area. Make it looks inviting and relaxing.

[4/10] Open Floor Plan

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The double islands commonly used for open floor plans. Just like this design that shows the kitchen is close to the living room.

The second island provides extra counter space and works as a kitchen boundary. This kitchen and living room design comes together in matching color pallet, white and brown.

[5/10] Wonderful Time Blend

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This contemporary kitchen looks unusual in a good way. It unites the modern island and rustic wooden island.

Along with the simple grey and white kitchen design, the wooden rustic island doesn’t look out of place. Instead, it creates such a great ambient and addition to its unique farmhouse style.

[6/10] A Classic Design

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This design also looks good even for a small space. Utilizing the tall ceiling, dark wood flooring, and sleek white paint, make the area looks more spacious.

The double islands create extra preparation spaces, sinks, and dining table in the open floor plan. It looks luxurious with double extravagance ceiling lamps.  

[7/10] Countertop And Backsplash Match

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The kitchens with two islands can look beautiful even without contrasting colors. Just like this idea that has mesmerizing countertops and backsplash design.

Even though the pattern and color are mostly in the same tone (white patterned countertop, cabinetry, and islands), but the kitchen looks clean and luxurious.

[8/10] Traditional White House

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The eye-catching bright wooden floor contrasting the whole white colored kitchen design. But that is the main idea. Using white island with black countertops, make the color pops!

It also happens to the black stool that standout in the room. They giving mesmerizing styles against the bright wooden flooring.

[9/10] A Rustic Wonder

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Rustic farmhouse design will never be forgotten in kitchens with two islands ideas. You can see the amazing combination of rough stones and wooden elements here.

Both island come with purpose and aesthetics. While the first has a stove, the second has a unique sink that matches the entire design.

[10/10] Stainless Steel And Hardwood

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The diverse material is very innovative. One island is stainless steel and the other is hardwood. It creates a great contrast yet blend with a great color pick.

It uses dark-grey countertops to match the stainless steel color. The wood element creates a warm ambiance to balance the room’s looks. 

Ixora Manori

About the Author: Ixora Manori

Works in the field of interior and exterior design for houses and apartments. has a writing talent and likes to share information about her experiences.

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