Published at Tuesday, 16 May 2017 by Macey Bayle in Kitchen Bar, with total 25 drawings.
A bar-height table work well in combination with bar stools but is not the most comfortable option for a breakfast nook or table. A counter placed at a lower height brings down the eating area to a more comfortable level and can be used in combination with regular dining chairs. Multi-height countertops also bring another idea to the table. They allow the user to physically separate functions. As a result, the dining counters can be differentiated from the prep areas, the cooktops and the baking counter and they can each be designed with the right height for the purpose they serve.
For quick seating and brisk eating, bar stools are the most comfortable seating arrangement in the kitchen. These high-rise, individualistic stools not only give the dining area a cleaner appearance, but they are also extremely versatile. Move them to the living room for your guests when you have a small gathering, place them on the back porch for any barbecue occasion, or use them as a prop for the bags of groceries you just bought.
Choose a table. Remember, a breakfast nook is supposed to be small and quaint, so you won’t need a table rivaling the size of your dining room set-up. Generally a nook is not a place for entertaining guests, so a small café table should suffice. Arrange two or three small chairs around the table opposite the window set. If you do not have a window seat, you may choose to add more chairs. However, remember that a breakfast nook can also be one-sided.