This eat-in kitchen not only has stools but also a full-sized counter-height dining table to provide plenty of seating. The island incorporates a gas cooktop lit by three chrome pendant light fixtures.
This living and dining area compellingly mixes casually rustic elements like the cow hide rug and exposed beams with more streamlined pieces like the counter height dining table. The blue walls wash the space with soothing calm.
Host happy hour in this fun bar area that looks into the living room and has a counter-height bar table, beverage refrigerator and sink to answer all the cocktail requirements. During the day, presto, chango...it's a breakfast nook!
In this 180-square-foot kitchen, Hamilton-Gray Design replaced a built-in breakfast nook with a dining table for two, built around the back and side of the island. Fitting the table-height piece around the counter-height island makes the most of the available space and allows each surface to be at the right height for its designated purpose.
This contemporary eat in kitchen features a dining area with farmhouse table and upholstered chairs, a bar height counter with bar stool ceiling, coffered tray ceiling, and chandelier, pendant, and recessed lighting.
The contemporary table-height counter extended off the butcher block island makes this the perfect eat-in kitchen. The space is infused with natural light thanks to a skylight, and the neutral palette keeps the design feeling airy.
The unique, two-tiered island provides casual seating for six in the kitchen of this sleek, modern home. One the first level, four barstools rest a counter-height, providing counter space on one side and seating on the other. On the lower level of the feature, an extension table adds two more chairs for the homeowners' and their guests.
The roomy island in this Austin kitchen teams with six counter-height chairs to double as a casual dining table. Cabinetry in both dark and light finishes creates contrast, a design element that's employed throughout the home. A mix of lighting finishes the space.
A game room provides a fun hangout space for the homeowners' five children, whose ages vary between 2 and 15 years old. A purple-topped pool table adds a custom look to the space. A simple bar-height counter creates room for crafts and games and a window seat provides a space to curl up quietly with a book.
For a family with three young children, access and durability were key kitchen design considerations for designer Vanessa DeLeon. After considering a traditional island with counter-height seating, she opted for a more manageable, easier-access arrangement: a 36"-high island with a built-in banquette and stylish, generously sized dining table by End Grain Furniture and Design featuring a reclaimed top and glass overlay.