Create Your Own Island Escape: Add Color to Your Kitchen Island – Sincerely, Sara D.

Island escapes are something we all dream about, but you can create your own island escape (and make your dreams come true) simply by adding color to your kitchen island.

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Each year, FrogTape and celebrity interior designer Taniya Nayak team up to determine the top interior design trends to inspire DIYers looking for fresh decor ideas.

The 2024 FrogTape Design Trends are:

  • Island Escape – Liven up your island and make it a destination spot with a fun color that stands out.
  • Color Splash – Paint a door and/or trim in an unexpected color that will elevate your space.
  • Murality – Let out your inner artist and create a one-of-a-kind mural that is uniquely you.
  • Wainscot Just a Minute – Add some color to a space with a painted wainscot.

I was given the Island Escape trend, and I was excited to make my white island more special.

Supplies Needed:

  • FrogTape
  • Paint Brush
  • Small Paint Roller
  • Primer
  • Cabinet, Door, and Trim Paint
  • Screwdriver
  • Painter’s Paper Roll
  • Heavy Duty Cabinet Cleaner
  • Paint Deglosser
  • Fine Grit Sandpaper

*If you are adding molding, you will need molding, miter saw, nail gun, and caulking.

Step 1: Select a fun, bold color for your kitchen island.

*If you’re planning to add decorative molding, use FrogTape to create a design on the island.

The kitchen island is a place you can have fun with a brighter color. I would suggest painting a smaller board (or boards) with the paint color and test the color near the island throughout the day as the light changes.

When selecting a color, consider all the colors surrounding the island.

Enjoy your kitchen island as the best destination spot in your home!

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