Fascinating Diy Kitchen Island

Aug 26th

Diy kitchen island – Whether you are installing a new kitchen or updating an old one, adding bead board for your kitchen can create a focal point in your kitchen and add detail and visual interest to your island. Bead board is both sheets and tongue and groove boards in a variety of lengths. To obtain a basic white bead board appearance, buy primed bead board to save yourself need to prime later.


For a basic look, keep your bead board kitchen design simple. Install bead board planks either vertically or horizontally on sides of diy kitchen island to create simple, straight lines. For a more creative take, start at a corner on one side of your island and place individual boards on diagonal. Do this on one side to create an unusual focal point or use it on multiple pages to get a new look.

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If you like bead board, but do not want to cover your entire island in it, you should use smaller amounts of bead board to add details to your island. Cover drawer fronts with bead board, or fill cabinet inserts with pieces of bead board to see how much you like look. Use bead board planks, spaced to create an unusual striped appearance on ends of your island or adding strips of bead board around edges of cabinet doors to hit them. In some cases, you can even use bead board to create a molding around top of diy kitchen island.