Kitchen Table. Friday , November 24th , 2017 - 00:15:37 AM
But then there would be times that one or two of the family members would just feel like eating a little snack, and the dining table would then be too big for a solitary snack, or a smaller meal. The kitchen table is the alternative place for these informal, but just as essential, bonding moments over food. Anyone can prepare a snack right in the kitchen and eat it right there, too. And anyone is also welcome to join him and share the snack. The convenience of a table in the kitchen invites family members to sit down and keep each other company, whatever time of the day.
Key questions to ask yourself is how much space do you have to allocate to a kitchen table and chairs. Does your decor have an established theme? Smaller kitchen tables are perfect to fill an empty corner and are great places for quick breakfasts or coffee with a friend. If space permits a larger table is perfect for family and holiday gatherings.
Added a built-in breakfast nook can be a good way to make room for a kitchen table. Breakfast nooks are becoming popular because homeowners find them to be cozy and intimate, especially in larger kitchens. The typical breakfast nook is usually set into a bump-out that sticks out beyond the outside wall of the kitchen like a mini wing. It has windows on three sides, providing close-up views of a backyard or garden. A breakfast nook can be used with most any kitchen design style. For instance by added some distressed paint a breakfast nook can also fit right in with a French, Tuscan, or rustic style kitchen.
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