Jasmine Roth Reveals Her Secret Tips For Gorgeously Styling A Kitchen Island

Giving your space dimension lies in more than just mixing and matching textures and laying down a high-piled rug. Roth encourages us to consider height, not allowing our kitchens to be an utterly horizontal layout. “Since an island is a big flat surface that’s viewed from all angles, you have plenty of visual space to work with,” she said. “Your flat tray, tall plant, maybe a pedestal, and some medium-height objects will add dimension to the island.” One can run in many directions with this, from artistically stacking and displaying glassware and dishes to incorporating vertical patterns. Think of an accent wall with patterned wallpaper, natural woods with visible perpendicular grain, or statement lighting pieces that dangle over the island. Even your furniture can play into this by choosing barstools with prominent upright backing like slat-back chairs.

Of course, our areas aren’t complete without infusing a bit of nature and greenery into the mix. Whether faux or real, Roth says that “Adding a pop of green to the kitchen island draws your eye to all the nice décor you styled while making the space feel fresh.” This finishing touch can speak to a variety of design choices by using cacti and succulents to round out a more bohemian look, vibrant flowers if you feel your space is lacking color variety, or taking a sophisticated approach with dried lavender and baby’s breath in a sleek vase.

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