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Furniture Islands Lend Style & Function to the Kitchen

If you’ve always wanted the convenience and look of a kitchen island within your budget, today may be your lucky day-after-St. Patrick’s Day! One of the perks of writing a design blog is all the press releases that come my way. I’m always being informed on where to go to find the latest for greatest function, design and value. Furniture  kitchen islands by Jeffrey Alexander found their way into my inbox and caught my eye.  Here are a couple of my favorites.

Hardware Resources, maker of exceptional cabinet hardware and a diverse line of goods including decorative carved wood products, kitchen islands and bath furniture, debuts the captivating kitchen Jeffrey Alexander Loft Island. Designed to perfection, the island gives extra space for storage while increasing counter work area for cooking prep.
The Loft Kitchen Island by Jeffrey Alexander

Cabinet hardware and accessory maker Hardware Resources,  debuts the Jeffrey Alexander Loft Island.  I love it because it packs a whole lot of function and storage into such a small foot print!  It’s 36″ wide by 24″ deep.  The furniture look easily blends into an existing kitchen and no plumbing or wiring are required!  It comes in Aged Black or sophisticated French White Designed to perfection, the island gives extra space for storage while increasing counter work area for cooking prep. The butcher block top is optional.

 

If contemporary is more your cup of tea.  Jeffrey Alexander also makes this island called, of course, The Contemporary.  This one is a bit larger at 54" by 34", butcher block top optional.
The Contemporary Island by Jeffrey Alexander

If contemporary is more your cup of tea. Jeffrey Alexander also makes this island called, of course, The Contemporary. This one is a bit larger at 54″ by 34″ and features 6 working drawers, 3 on each side.  The butcher block top is optional.   Click here to view the many other furniture island options.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gloria Graham-Sollecito

Gloria is a kitchen and bath cabinetry designer with AKBD certification from the National Kitchen & Bath Association. She has also served on the Florida Treasure Coast Chapter's Board of Directors as the VP of Communications. Her work has appeared on This Old House as well as in Florida Design Magazine, K+BB Magazine and the Palm Beach Post. She is co-author of The Complete Idiots Guide to Remodeling Your Kitchen, Illustrated, as well as a freelanced writer contributing occasionally to the Sun Sentinel in the area of kitchen design. She is a proud member of the Blanco Design Council and the illustrious Brizo Blogger 19.

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