This tutorial for a rustic kitchen island is great and you can adjust the size to fit your kitchen.
This kitchen island is on castors and features a chalkboard on one side. Of course you can customize it any way you like including using weather resistant wood for outdoors.
Build this kitchen island which features a drawer on each side, shelving on one side, and an open cabinet on the other! Plenty of options for storage.
This kitchen island plan features two slat shelves for storage, a cabinet with a door on the front and back and a push-through drawer that can be opened from either side.
Build a rustic kitchen island with reclaimed wood with these easy-to-follow instructions.
We will show you how to turn stock kitchen cabinets into a great island workspace. We will even show you how to laminate the countertop if you choose to go that route.
If you are going for homey and cozy in your kitchen, skip the built-in cabinet-base island and instead make the central work area a furniture like table with a butcher-block counter.
This is a link to a Google 3D SketchUp drawing for an angled kitchen island. You will need the SketchUp software to download this drawing and its freely available online.
Roll this cart onto your porch to help with the barbecue, or use it in the kitchen as a gourmet table. Free plans at Popular Mechanics.
The next step in building the kitchen island is to mark out the positions for the shelves and divider very carefully as this then allows you to mark the positions for the knock-down (KD) fittings. The positions are governed by, and indeed marked off, the already sized components.