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Seating options for small kitchens

If you are thinking about renovating or redesigning your kitchen, seating is surely something you will want to consider. From smart space saving designs, to more traditional seating options, your small kitchen can benefit from seating solutions. Here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading kitchen design specialists. As a result, we have produced this guide to seating options for small kitchens.

Removable benches

Using a bench that can removed when necessary is a perfect solution for small kitchens. Kitchens with counter-tops designed to make use of a removable bench are becoming more commonplace. The bench can easily be stood to the side of your kitchen when not in use, and then brought out when needed. This versatile seating arrangement requires seats that are equally versatile, so why not use folding stools. Again, these can be brought out when necessary and easily slide away into a corner.

A built in bench

If your kitchen has a bit more space, and your bench doesn’t need to be removable, why not make use of a built in bench. If this bench has space underneath, your stools can easily be tucked away when not in use, keeping your floor space free and usable. If you can’t tuck the stools away, make sure you choose stools that pair well with the cabinet and work-surfaces. This doesn’t just mean matching the colour, you will also need to consider the material type you choose.

L-shaped Eat-in Kitchens

If you want to create an eat-in kitchen, why not think about creating an L-shaped seating area. This means that you can run benches along two sides of a corner of your kitchen, so your seating area will be tucked into a corner. This is a great way to make the most out of the space available.

For more information why not check out our range of kitchens today, here at Homematas.