Laura. Home Ideas. November 04th , 2017.
Transporting piping hot dishes through to the dining room and later clearing them away is a task no cook enjoys. Eating at the kitchen or almost next to it definitely, means less work. A dining table is an essential part of a home's basic furniture often considered as important as the living room suite. In fact, almost every home`s floor‐plans show a designated area/room for dining, though this is not always in close proximity to the kitchen.
Supposing your kitchen is big enough, it may be possible to incorporate a bar counter as well as a tiny dining table within its layout. After all, traditionally, meals were definitely eaten in the kitchen. Breakfast bar counters are a good solution if the room is at a premium. Most of these bars are really extensions of the kitchen worktop surface, with shelves or drawers lining its length.
Before thou start thinking about equipping one for your kitchen, take your family‘s needs into consideration. Most breakfast bars are at work‐top height ― about 33 inches or 900 mm ― so to be really comfortable you’ll need bar stools or counter stool. There are many types and designs of counter stools in the market like stools with backs, classic bar stools, leather counter stools, modern counter stools, and etc.
These, however, are not safe for young children. If you own children of distinct ages, it′s better to lower the counter to table height. By doing this, your dining chairs can always do ‵double duty‵ in the kitchen. Alternatively, slim–lined stools or long benches could be used.
Bench seating means that a counter can contain more people (which is why benches are so popular in snack bars). But it is hard to get in and out unless everybody moves at once. It`s yet the best solution if yours is a large family. Stools of a plastic variety or light folding chairs cause more sense in small kitchens and storage presents no problems.
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