Kitchen Table. Saturday , December 02nd , 2017 - 00:07:28 AM
Everyone is familiar with the legend of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table. The table, where Sir Galahad and his peers would meet, served as a place to bond in friendship, share tales and break bread with one another. Today‘s round kitchen tables aren‘t much different. While diners have traded in their suits of armor for something far more informal and comfortable, the round table is still a great gathering place for friends and family.
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.
As we all probably know, many homes are built leaving very little room for the uniquely shaped piece of furniture. Usually, people have to do work on the couch or floor. But, a kitchen table can work rather nicely to rectify that problem. In small rooms, a good kitchen table nullifies the boundaries to effectiveness created by contemporary heavy furniture, providing necessary helpful space that‘s able to squeeze in and out of tight areas. This extra space is treasured, in particular when children are around because they seem to love to help you out with whatever you are working on.
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