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Kitchen Island


This is a digital DIY plan. Please note that there is no physical shipping of any materials. You would have to buy materials separately to build this project.

  • Dimensions: 30″ Depth x 60″ Length x 36 ⅛” Height
  • Difficulty: Easy / Beginner

The PDF download includes:

  • Easy to read, step by step instructions
  • Cut list
  • Material list
  • Tools list
  • 3D diagrams


Why build a kitchen island?

We are so excited to share our latest DIY plan for a kitchen island on wheels! We have carefully considered the design features of this kitchen island and some of the key features and benefits of the Kitchen Island are outlined below.

Extra Storage: You can install hooks and hangers to store pots and pans, dishes, silverware, and other kitchen items and utensils. The bottom shelf of the island is perfect for storing larger items that may not fit under traditional counter space.

Prep Space: Extra prep space is always a good thing to have in a kitchen. It allows you to have more space to work on when you are cooking or baking. A kitchen island can provide that prep space by giving you an extra counter to work on. You can also use the rolling feature of the island to bring the workspace closer or further away from the stove, the sink, or any area of the kitchen as needed.

Dining Space: One of the great things about having a DIY island in your kitchen is the extra dining space it can provide. If you have a large family or entertain often, having an island with a built-in table can be a lifesaver. It can also be a great way to create a more intimate dining experience if you have a small kitchen.

Entertainment: Whether you're cooking for one or hosting a crowd, a kitchen island makes mealtime quick and easy. It provides extra space for entertaining guests and can be used as a breakfast bar or an extra prep area when entertaining guests.

Bar: A kitchen island can serve as a perfect place to set up a small bar. It provides extra counter space for bartending and can easily be stocked with all of the supplies you need for making drinks. Plus, it's a great place to socialize while you're preparing food or drinks for your guests.

Coffee Station: Your kitchen island can serve as the perfect coffee station. In the morning, you can sit behind the island and enjoy a cup of coffee while getting ready for the day. The extra counter space of the island provides a great place to set up your coffee maker, cups, and other supplies. Plus, the added storage space of the island is perfect for storing coffee beans, flavored syrups, and other coffee accessories.

Decorative part of a kitchen: A kitchen island is a versatile piece of furniture that can serve as both a decorative and functional element in a kitchen. You can add extra personal touches to the kitchen island to make it feel more like home. Some examples include adding a vase of fresh flowers or a bowl of health snakes or fruit.

Who can build this kitchen island?

This kitchen island design is good for beginners to woodworking because it is simple, easy, and straightforward. There are no complicated parts or pieces, and the overall design is relatively simple. This makes it a good project for someone who is just starting out in woodworking.

Our goal is to make DIY woodworking plans that are specifically designed for beginners and include anyone willing to try to build. We want to make sure that the plans are easy to follow and that they include all the necessary information that someone new to woodworking would need. We also want to make sure that the plans are affordable and that they can be completed in a reasonable amount of time.

This project requires only basic tools.

What are the specifications of the kitchen island?

The island top is purchased unfinished from many hardware stores across the country. It’s better to buy an unfinished wood butcher block kitchen island slab instead of making one yourself mainly because if you don't have the proper tools and equipment, it can be very difficult to make a butcher block tabletop. Leave it to the professionals so that your workspace looks beautiful.

The frame of the kitchen island is made from multiple reinforced 2x4 lumber pieces at the top and the bottom of frame. This means that the island can hold a significant amount of weight and is very sturdy.

As wood ages, it tends to lose moisture and become dry. This causes the wood to shrink and change shape. By layering multiple pieces of wood like I did in this design, I find that the shape of the fame maintains its strength and form.

The slats on the bottom of the DIY kitchen island help keep the bottom storage area dry by allowing air to circulate. This prevents moisture from building up and causing mold or mildew to grow.

The table is on wheels. One benefit is that it can be moved around easily, so you can have it in the middle of the kitchen when you're cooking, and then move it out of the way when you're finished.

What is the cost of a kitchen island? Should I buy it or make it?

There are many advantages to building a DIY kitchen island over buying one. The most obvious advantage is cost. It costs about $400-$600 in material to make a DIY kitchen island, whereas a comparable store-bought island can cost upwards of $1,500-$2,000. Not only is the initial cost lower for a DIY island, but you will also save money in the long run because you will not have to replace it as often. A store-bought island is likely to be made of lower quality materials that will not stand up to the wear and tear of constant use as well as a DIY island.

Another advantage of a DIY kitchen island is that you can customize it to fit your specific needs. Maybe you want extra storage space or a different layout than what is available in stores. With a DIY island, you can make it exactly the way you want it. You are also not limited by the color or style options that are available in stores. With a little bit of creativity, you can paint or stain your DIY island any color you want to match your kitchen’s existing décor.

Perhaps the most important advantage of a DIY kitchen island is the satisfaction that comes with knowing you built it yourself. There is a certain pride that comes with being able to say, “I built that.” When you build something yourself, you are more likely to take care of it and maintain it properly because you have a personal investment in it.

Overall, there are many reasons to choose a DIY kitchen island over a store-bought one. The most important factors to consider are cost, customization, and pride of ownership.


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