Stainless steel kitchen island are often preferred in kitchens because they are rust free, long life and easy to clean. They also have a sleek, modern look. With the right tools and a few basic instructions, remodeling your kitchen island to have a stainless steel tabletop can be easily and cheaply done on your own
Cut a piece of hardwood, such as oak or maple, to the size that the island countertop. Research and find a local manufacturer or supplier of stainless steel plates. Buy a stainless steel plate with no more than a 14-gauge weight. Ask the local manufacturer if they can cut the size you need. Or cut sheets on your own with a plasma cutter or round saw with a metal knife. Cut the piece to fit the surface of the piece of hard wood.
Place stainless steel sheet on the surface of the piece of hardwood. Then fasten it with lining at the edge with 7/8 inch metal edge shaping. It has a lip and pre-drilled holes to the nail. You do not have to paste or adhere to the stainless steel sheet for wood. This is because the lip on the edge casting keeps stainless steel sheets down and in place. Fit casting by placing the lip over the edge of stainless steel sheets. Then nails to the side of hardwood. Mold the entire perimeter. Put your new stainless steel at the top of the kitchen island stand or leg.