Why Do You Need a Breakfast Bar in Your New Kitchen?

Green breakfast bar

Why Do You Need a Breakfast Bar in Your New Kitchen?

A breakfast bar is a countertop that has room for bar chairs and where people can enjoy light meals or drinks. It can have different design styles to suit every home. It can be inspired by industrial-style elements or coastal influences. No matter the aesthetic, it can be easily customized to create a nice flow throughout the house.

A breakfast bar can be an extension of a kitchen island or a separate piece from a wall or an island. Bar tables are usually higher than the kitchen countertop but not always. It is a great opportunity to source gorgeous bar stools that can be designer chairs made of rattan, timber, or steel.

A breakfast bar creates a social zone in the kitchen and dining area, where family members can come together and talk about their day or where you can sit down with your friends for a glass of wine while cooking dinner.

When it comes to a kitchen design, there is no such thing as too much bench space. Those who love cooking or baking, know how important it is to have plenty of usable counter area and a great size breakfast bar can come in handy.

In this kitchen renovation project, we have created an L-shaped kitchen with a breakfast bar. The groove profile on bar panels has a green satin finish.

The kitchen has a designated space for all appliances. There is a pantry cabinet, integrated dishwasher, oil caddie, bin drawer, and Tasmanian Oak open shelves. Beautiful Statuario Dior stone with light grey veins adds interest to the stone top.

Breakfast Bar
Green Breakfast Bar with Groove Panels
Barn Door
Barn Door
Kitchen Pendant Lights
Kitchen Island Pendant Lights
Kitchen island drawers
Brass Cabinet Pulls
Butler Sink
Butler Sink
Kitchen Splash Back Wall
Kitchen Splash Back Wall Tile
Brass Kitchen Mixer
Statuario Dior Stone Top
Statuario Dior Stone Top
Tasmanian Oak Floating Shelves
Tasmanian Oak Floating Shelves

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