Franzisska Mehler. Kitchen Table. November 21st , 2017.
Are kitchen tables outdated in today‘s modern homes? Is kitchen dining furniture still used? There are two reasons for asking this question: the increasing popularity of islands incorporating breakfast bars in larger kitchens, and the trend toward open plan areas in smaller and even average-size homes.
For a lot of people, the dining room or living room in many modern houses no longer features quality functional kitchen tables. Having friends over is so much more fun when you can have a hot cup of tea in the comfort of the kitchen, surrounded by goodies and treats. The dining room is a bit too formal and often set for your next entertaining gathering or other items you probably would rather not expose to daily use such as fine china and silverware. Kitchen tables are considered a furnishing that won‘t be sacrificed for "open space" in many living room home decor presentations right now. Contemporary kitchen tables feature styles and building materials that compliment modern furnishings in any modern decor scheme, so that they‘ll fit into any kitchen decor.
The right choice of a kitchen table is important to your kitchen design because the kitchen serves as the central meeting place of most homes. Your children do their homework at the kitchen table. Family and friends gather for dinner and parties around the kitchen table. After having spent the time and money to renovate your kitchen why not put some thought into selecting comfortable kitchen furniture. How many people do you expect to have around the table and how much room do you have in your kitchen? Should you consider a breakfast nook, or is there enough room for a kitchen table that expands to seat the extended family at important occasions.
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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