I think it would be really fun to have a kitchen with a double island. I love to cook and entertain. It’s the perfect solution for having an intimate dinner party or cooking an elaborate meal. Since double islands seem to be following me lately, I decided to do some research and pull together my favorite images. Check out these amazing kitchens I found!
A TASTEFUL WHITE AND BLACK KITCHEN
This kitchen looks perfect for a large family who spends a lot of time in the kitchen. The large square island in the center allows for cooking, prepping, and hanging out near the chef. The other island is great for seating. Perfect for a casual family breakfast or just hanging out.
BLUE CABINETS + AN ARTFUL APPROACH TO DOUBLE ISLANDS
I love these cabinets. This kitchen utilizes one of my favorite kitchen trends: a soft matte blue color for cabinets. I also am a huge fan of the simple black hardware on the cabinets. This kitchen is a very similar design to the first one but, this kitchen has a sink on each island. I’m not entirely sure why you would need two – but it sounds handy for entertaining!
I appreciate this more artful approach to doing a double island. It’s essentially one island but divided. This is a great solution for smaller spaces that still want the flexibility of seating and extra counter space. I think the choice of having two different countertops does a great job at dividing this island into two spaces.
THE HIGHEST CEILINGS PAIRED WITH A DREAM KITCHEN
This space is grand! Those ceilings are insane and make this space seem even larger. This kitchen is fit for a top chef and a large family who loves to entertain. The farthest island has a sink and plenty of counter space while the second island can seat 6! plus still have plenty of counter space since the island is so large.
DOUBLE ISLANDS MEET A GORGEOUS RUG + STUNNING CEILING BEAMS
Talk about island space. This kitchen has two massive islands and a beautiful rug dividing them. This photo shows just how spacious this kitchen really is and how large the islands are in comparison to the rest of the kitchen. With a sink in each island, counter space, and seating this kitchen utilizes the concept well!
This take on double island kitchens is a bit more rustic. The large ceiling beams add a roughness to the design. While the addition of white cabinets and marble counters keeps this kitchen luxurious. These islands offer a sink, seating, a stovetop, and counter space for cooking!
I absolutely love that this kitchen has two different colored islands. The color palette of this kitchen is just stunning! The combination of marble and wood is very chic. I love that the chairs are also wood to tie together both islands. This is a great combination of counter space and seating while still feeling homey.