X Trim Kitchen Island
How to add a personality to your existing kitchen island with an affordable budget? X trim kitchen island is the only solution for kitchen remodeling ideas, both DIY and design team projects.
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Photo Credit | Custom Home Group
This kitchen dominated by white and light gray island cabinets is decorated with x trims. A warm environment is created by creating a sitting area by supporting the island with posts. Dark wood flooring and pendant lights hanging from the ceiling complete the design.
Photo Credit | Westlake Development Group, LLC
The most striking thing in this kitchen is using only two colors, which are white and natural wood color as an accent. The adorned kitchen island with thick x-trim edges is topped with a white quartz countertop. The wood flooring, the wood-covered hood, the shelves, and the kitchen island cabinets are the same color creating a very different pleasure.
Photo Credit | Tim Hollerbach Designs, LLC
This farmhouse kitchen has no wall cabinets. The wall, which is decorated with long shelves instead of cabinets, is completely covered with subway tiles. The exotic white stone on the island made of an x-trimmed black cabinet has created a contrast, allowing the beauties to emerge separately.
Photo Credit | Home Suite Design & Realty
This kitchen is decorated with a green island cabinet x trim edges, and the harmony of industrial pendants hanging from the ceiling and shelves on the wall attracts attention. Other materials that support these views are white countertops and white backsplashes.
Photo Credit | Joyfully Growing Blog, LLC
The kitchen with a different style consists of many colors. The modern backsplashes that cover the wall behind the sink overlook the x-trimmed island. The refrigerator was covered with a naturally aged wooden panel adding a different atmosphere to the kitchen.
Photo Credit | OC ARCHITECTURAL WOODWORK
A green island cabinet with x trim is used in this kitchen, which has a gray quartz countertop with an oil-rubbed bronze faucet. Everyone’s dream kitchen has been created with the refreshing white cabinetry, the hood covered with shiplap, and the herringbone-style backsplashes.
Photo Credit | REED BROTHERS design & build
The kitchen features a white x-trim island accompanied by three metal framed stools illuminated by two brass dome pendants. On the opposite side of the faucet which is compatible with the colors of the pendants, the metal-adorned hood stands integrated with the subway backsplashes.
Photo Credit | NJL Custom Homes
White quartz countertops cover the black island cabinet with x trim while the subway backsplash on the wall with the brown shelves that decorate them are accompanied. Scone lamps illuminate the farmhouse sink while three round pendant lights at the top of the island add color to the island.
Builder Grade Island With Nail Holes
Builder Grade Kitchen Island
X trim sounds little farmhouse-style kitchen design, French country kitchen design, southern design, or rustic style kitchen design, and can come up with hesitations to use it.
Surprisingly there are many kitchen design styles goes with the x trim kitchen island including transitional kitchen design, contemporary kitchen design, traditional kitchen design, eclectic kitchen design, industrial kitchen design, minimalist kitchen design, Asian kitchen design, Feng Shui kitchen design (analogy with the eternal knot), Mediterranean kitchen, and coastal house kitchen.
X Trim Kitchen Island
The cheapest way to build your dream island is to add a trim to it. You can do this by yourself, even by adding a trim to an existing island. Therefore, the popular form of adding trim these days is using the x shape on both sides of the island.