Diverse seating for many cooks, it’s easy to feel left out when slaving in the kitchen. This dilemma is solved by adding plenty of functional – and super-stylish – seating around a central island. Here, versatility is the operative word. Two trendy bar stools create a small, informal eating area – ideal for a quick snack any time of the day.
As seen on Love It or List It, Too, designer Jillian Harris was inspired by Scandinavian design for Kelly and Steve's kitchen remodel. She used clean lines, ample amounts of white, and small pops of subdued color throughout the space. She gave the family plenty of seating with the breakfast bar and the large farmhouse style table in the dining area just off the kitchen.
Separating the kitchen and living room spaces, a small bar adds casual seating and provides a place to house the stove. Covering this bar is antique barn wood that has been repurposed to create a rustic, farmhouse look in this updated kitchen. As seen on America's Most Desperate Kitchens.
The Bucktown Hot Tub Retreat provides a serene space to relax amid the active city. The space features a new roof deck with Ipe decking, concrete counters, cedar pergola, tempered glass panels and fire pit. Additional features include seating around the fire pit, sun loungers, bar area and outdoor refrigerator/freezer.
This apartment's kitchen features stark white walls and all-white cabinets and countertops for a clean, modern design. Yellow accessories, a scalloped pendant light and distressed, wood paneled accent wall add texture and dimension to the space.