Do you want your kitchen to be truly unique? Then consider going vintage with Plain White Kitchen Cabinets your island. The possibilities range from rustic to finely detailed. Here are a few of my favorites. "Butcher Block
Some vintage butcher blocks incorporate a bit of storage, although these are harder to find. If you want to be able to sit at the butcher block, measure carefully because they’re usually too low for knee clearance.Image Design LLCWork Tables
Enamel-top tables can still be found for a relatively inexpensive amount. I have seen Plain White Kitchen Cabinets them at garage sales for under $30. Use yours as is, or turn it into a moveable storage cart as this homeowner did. Coddington DesignConsole Tables
A half-round, or demilune, console, as shown here, creates an interesting end to a built-in island and provides additional storage as well.Drury DesignRepurposed Buffets
If you happen to own an interesting piece like this, not only will it make a statement, Plain White Kitchen Cabinets it will also provide good storage. In this kitchen, a cabinetmaker added storage onto the back, making it even more useful. Having a countertop made to follow the lines of the piece gives it an especially nice, custom look. Prices for buffets are all over the place. You might be able to find a small one for Plain White Kitchen Cabinets under $100, but the bigger, more ornate pieces can go for $700 and up.Kerr ConstructionIndustrial Tables
These industrial tables can go for hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. If you are willing to do a bit of DIY, however, check local industrial auctions. A rusty base can be sanded and painted, Plain White Kitchen Cabinets and a new wood top can be fabricated, either by a handy homeowner or a carpenter.Brad Moore Builders, LLCStore Counters
Create Your Own
For a very inexpensive island, this homeowner took a couple of old, worn shelves and mounted them on a new U-line shelving unit.Esther HershcovichA wine barrel with a round slab of marble creates an Plain White Kitchen Cabinets instant conversation piece.Amy Clark StudiosOr how about painted tin ceiling tiles?The Lettered CottageOr reclaimed wood to finish off a more conventional island?"