Different than a freestanding island, kitchen peninsulas offer three sides of workspace, with one end attached to a wall or counter space, often forming an 'L shape.' Peninsula layouts provide ample space and storage for a kitchen, and especially serve as an alternative option to an island for smaller-sized kitchens. That said, peninsulas can be a great design choice for any kitchen, even alongside islands as seen in the designs below.
Browse through 35+ brilliant ideas to see how striking and functional kitchen peninsulas can be for your space.
In an art-filled San Francisco apartment, cabinetry contrasts just so with countertops. Snugged up at the tiny kitchen peninsula are stools by .
In this New Orleans mansion, the backsplash, counters, and kitchen peninsula are Carrara gold marble, and the barstools are by CB2.
Featuring marble surfaces and vintage Italian lighting bymr. alex TATE.
By W Design
By SUZA DESIGN
Dark wood paneled doors hide utilities, appliances and provide storage by Dunagan Diverio Design Group.
Lustrous, dark hardwood floors ground this classic white kitchen, by Sarah Blank Design Studio