An eat-in kitchen is multitasking at its best. Not only does it provide a place for friends and family to hang out while dinner is being made, but an eat-in kitchen can also double as an additional food prep area. Plus, eat-in kitchens aren't limited to one configuration or another. You can simply add a kitchen table and chairs to a breakfast nook or open floor space.
Before you ever set the table, set the mood of your dining room with a hanging light fixture. From traditional chandeliers to rustic fixtures to modern lights that look more like sculpture, there's a light for every look. Here are some of our favorites.
With banquettes, breakfast nooks, and islands, these stylish eat-in kitchens provide the perfect spots for quick snacks and on-the-go dinners. See how these spaces incorporate both style and function for great places to gather.
As the benchmark of kitchen furniture, banquettes are the perfect addition to any dining area. We've gathered a collection of the most popular styles to teach you how a banquette can add extra seating space, storage, and style to your space.
Large or small, breakfast nooks are a perfect way to make the most of extra space in or near your kitchen. Get breakfast nook design ideas, see how to add a breakfast nook with storage, and how to tuck a breakfast nook just about anywhere.
Banquettes are a family-friendly solution for fitting many diners into a spot that would otherwise be tight for a table and four chairs. Make small sensational with these pocket-size breakfast nooks that focus on function.