Kitchen Table. Wednesday , March 07th , 2018 - 22:41:12 PM
Living in a tiny efficiency apartment or a little starter home can prove to be challenging, but it is far from impossible. Whenever space is at a minimum, simply put on your thinking cap and browse the internet for an endless number of suggestions to create a premium amount of space in a small room. One of the most difficult rooms to furnish will most likely be the kitchen. The reason for this is that there are so many things that are considered necessities in this room that finding a place for all of them can be difficult. In many instances, the room will come equipped with a stove and refrigerator. If the previous owner or tenant gave little thought to maximizing space by using full size appliances, this is a great place to start. Downsize those two items and you have immediately added much needed space.
A traditional kitchen table and chairs set requires a lot of space, largely because of the chairs. Most professionals recommend a minimum of 30" between the table edge and a wall; more is desirable because there's not much maneuvering room with just 2 ½ feet, especially in this day and age. Corner units fix this problem. Because the bench seating can butt right up against a wall, there's no need to accommodate the additional space needed so a chair can be pulled out. This is a tremendous space saver. A corner kitchen table and chairs set can be added one of two ways. The first is the most traditional, using benches in lieu of chairs in a corner. Depending on the space, you can put a single bench against a wall or if you have a square table, a bench on two sides in an "L" shape. You can then use another bench or chairs on the other two sides or even another bench of additional seating.
Bistro or pub table styles come in various sizes but were originally created for intimate dining for two. The tables are typical round or square in shape with folding chairs or stools that can easily be tucked away to create more space when the table is not in use. Built-in tables can be installed or attached to a wall within the kitchen and seating can be created with chairs, stool, or even a bench. Built-ins are especially popular in eat-in kitchens of studio apartments because space is so limited and seating for two is usually sufficient enough. A corner table work well for any size kitchen but in small kitchens the design is especially helpful in created more open space for walking. Small kitchens usually lack in counter space or working surfaces, a small table can be used for multiple functions including food preparation and as a place to store items when the table is not in use.
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