When it comes to your kitchen design and style choices, you might be overwhelmed at the decisions to be made. From colour schemes to layout, and worktop choices to seating, it can be difficult to know what you want. But one of the easiest ways to add seating to any kitchen, is with a breakfast bar. From one or two seats, to 4 or even 6, breakfast bars can be built and installed to accommodate as many people as you need. So what type of breakfast bar would suit your kitchen? Well, here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen specialists. As a result, we have produced this guide to the breakfast bar options for different kitchens.
Breakfast bar options for different kitchens
There are many different ways to incorporate a breakfast bar into your kitchen. These include:
- Creating space where a cabinet could be- if you are willing to sacrifice a couple of cupboards, underneath the work surface, you can use this space to create a casual breakfast bar. One cupboard should be enough for one seat. So if you want space for two people, think about removing, or sacrificing two cupboards. Stools can then be positioned in the space underneath, when not in use, and you will have an effective seating area in your kitchen. This is perfect for smaller kitchens, where there might not be any other available space. However, you might not be able to afford to loose out on storage space. This can also work for larger kitchens, where a couple of cupboards can be left out of the kitchen island.
- Create a peninsula- if you have additional space, why not allow the worksurface to run a little bit further than you need? This works well for kitchens with unusual angles and corners. And it means that by simply installing a longer worksurface, you can enjoy a breakfast bar.
For more information or advice, why not get in touch with the professionals today, here at Homematas?