Kitchen Table. Wednesday , March 07th , 2018 - 22:49:36 PM
Need the perfect place to sit and have that morning cup of coffee and enjoy a little peace and quiet? If you have a small corner in the kitchen or dining room a small kitchen nook can be a great solution. We all deserve that special place in the house - where we can enjoy being us. It is in that sacred sanctuary that we become attuned to everything around us. We want to have that sanctuary where we can enjoy our little private "me, myself and I" moments. And that is why there is such a need for a small breakfast nook. But what is a nook anyway? Well, a nook is that small space with three sides located near or off the kitchen. It is where you usually put your small dining table and chairs. And the nook is usually ideal for those who come from a small family and that they would rather use their "everyday meal table and chairs" rather than use the grandiose, more formal ones.
Breakfast Bars and Kitchen Islands. In the modern era of rush and go, fewer people sit down as a family to a formal breakfast. They often eat individually, and the need for a family-size kitchen table is sadly diminished. Breakfast bars have become more common, where people sit on high seats or bar stools at a ledge set against a wall or at a kitchen island. This design is likely to make them eat up as fast as possible! Kitchen islands are designed to stand in the center of the kitchen floor area, offering access to all four sides. One side is sometimes recessed to give more leg room, though this is not essential. An additional benefit is the extra storage space the kitchen island offers. This can be provided in the form of cupboards, drawers, wine racks, cutlery and knife storage, and so on. Some incorporate a sink and faucet, while others have a butcher block recessed into the top - or sometimes both!
Open Plan Designs. In open plan designs, the kitchen often shares a space with the main living areas or the dining area - or even both in a few cases. In such situations you will often find a breakfast bar incorporated into the kitchen island and a more formal dining table in the main living or dining area. With such open plan arrangements, may people believe that two tables would look out of place. The kitchen island makes the best use of the open space in the cooking area, and is sometimes fitted with a hob and an extractor fan and duct just above it. Is Kitchen Dining Furniture Still in Use? Kitchen dining furniture continues to sell well and are still much in use despite the above modern trends. Simple Mission and hand-crafted Amish designs are popular, and the old rustic style of pioneering log tables and benches also sell. Double pedestal and trestle tables ae popular for large kitchens and some kitchen islands are designed as a tabletop with storage beneath it. Extra end flaps are sometimes provided to be raised when more dining space is required.
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