This lovely country kitchen features a soft color palette with cream walls, dusty blue cabinets and a sage green island. A casual dining area with country-style wood furniture completes the charming design.
A casual dining area provides the perfect place for morning coffee or a quick bite in this contemporary kitchen. Stylish gray leather chairs surround the small glass dining table, and two drum pendant lights illuminate the space.
This neutral kitchen mixes classic, tailored pieces like upholstered barstools from Restoration Hardware with sleek, updated touches like pearly Ann Sacks subway tile. A large island with barstools creates a casual eating area beneath elegant glass pendant lighting.
To give the family a casual eating area, designers had a large kitchen island installed in the center of the space. The addition of this element in the kitchen adds seating and functional counter space and storage space for the family.
A bold damask wallpaper surrounding the range creates a striking focal point in this white kitchen. A wood island with leather barstools provides a casual eating area and extra workspace. Two large wood chandeliers provide soft lighting above the island and kitchen sink, creating a rustic elegance in the space.
By removing the low-hanging cabinets, this renovated kitchen opens up to an island with a casual eating area, creating additional food preparation space and storage. The kitchen island features royal blue painted stools and three copper pendant lights. The open nature of the kitchen and living room spaces allows for easy transition between the rooms.
As seen on HGTV's Property Brothers, Drew and Jonathan Scott took down this kitchen's original low-hanging cabinets and opened up the entire space, creating an open-concept, eat-in kitchen with bright surfaces. The new island, outfitted with eye-catching blue chairs, serves as both a casual eating area and an extra work space. The copper light fixtures hanging above the island add color to the design.
To give the family another dining option, designers created a casual eating area with access to the home's wine cellar. This space is a little more fun, with a more modern table and chairs and colorful floor tiles. The space also has access to the home's al fresco entertaining space through a set of French doors, which could be left open so the room could serve as overflow space for a large party.
This farmhouse kitchen feels open and airy with beautiful white cabinetry, porcelain-tiled flooring, stainless steel appliances and a neutral subway tile backsplash. Rustic barstools provide casual seating at the island, which functions as an eating area, preparation station and gathering spot.
Warm wood accents are echoed throughout this contemporary kitchen design with a coffered wood ceiling, medium wood cabinets, hardwood floors and wood-trimmed windows and doors. A prime spot for eating or doing homework, the casual dining area with neutral upholstered armchairs provides seating for eight.
Stylish ikat wallpaper pairs with classic white wainscoting to create a transitional setting for this lovely eat-in kitchen. Gray upholstered chairs surround an industrial-style table to form a comfortable, casual dining area.
This renovated kitchen is now located where the old dining room once was. A window was closed up to make room for the new stove and countertop area. A large kitchen island with double sink basins now separates the dining area from the kitchen, and provides a casual eating spot. Modern pendant lighting add a rich golden color to the dramatic black walls and red bar stools.
A cedar ceiling is paired with cedar walls and floors to create rustic appeal in this spacious eat-in kitchen. A casual dining area and a trio of barstools at the island provide adequate seating for the family-friendly space.
This transitional townhouse in Cherry Creek, Colo. uses soft browns and creams to create an elegant, flowing design. A window seat is paired with traditional tables and pendant lights for a casual eating spot, while the kitchen island provides another dining area. Cream upper cabinets contrast against the mocha cabinets, while a brass chandelier adds a touch of glam.
This spacious eat-in kitchen features two large kitchen island areas with striped upholstered stools, as well as a small casual dining area. The exposed beam ceiling and stone accent wall add rustic flair, while glass pendant lights and a chandelier with mini lampshades provide finishing touches.