This eat-in kitchen, designed by Lillian Martin Hayes, is both space-saving and elegant due to all its cabinet space and dark brown wood accents. A large, granite-topped kitchen island includes a small eating area at one end.
This eat-in kitchen has plenty of room for the whole family to enjoy meals together. The blues and greens of the kitchen are carried into the dining room via a custom hand-painted wall mural depicting an ancient harbor.
Classic, white cabinets provide a lot of storage in the farmhouse-inspired eat-in kitchen at the Bronxville, NY mansion. The space offers updated stainless steel appliances, polished hardwood flooring and plenty of seating for guests to enjoy a warm meal.
Mediterranean mixes with contemporary design in this large eat-in kitchen. The beautiful wood island features two prep sinks and enough space for four to dine comfortably. Additional seating with a long wood table makes this kitchen the place to entertain and gather with friends and family.
The open eat-in kitchen has a raised bar with comfortable barstools for counter dining, as well as small breakfast table set into the window alcove. Chrome light fixtures add a contemporary vibe to the space, while a center island provides extra counter space for prep work.
This renovated row house eat-in kitchen mixes minimalist design with modern style. Neutral tones can be seen throughout the space, from the cabinets and kitchen island to the table and dining chairs. A wall of narrow windows and glass door to the patio let in plenty of natural light.
This beautiful Mediterranean home has a spacious kitchen with eating areas to accommodate the homeowners' love for entertaining. With four separate eat-in spaces, this kitchen can be used to prepare and serve meals to a large party; however, with the intimacy each space provides, the kitchen is still comfortable for a smaller gathering of family and friends.
Five chunky barstools line the kitchen island to provide an eat-in space in addition to prep space. Bold yellow countertops, a blue waterfall countertop on the island and bright red pendant lights bring splashes of primary color to the palette.
This elegant, transitional kitchen in warm gray and wooden tones features a long, two-tiered kitchen island designed for five guests with plenty of counter space. A large pendant chandelier hangs above the island and modern tile flooring with the majority of the kitchen appliances covered in gray wooden panels.
This bright space highlights symmetry with two large brass pendant lights above the marble kitchen island with four wicker chairs. Marble flows visually from the island to the backsplash and countertop with a range hood accented with natural wood.
Designers took out a wall between this kitchen and a dining room and created a T-shaped kitchen island. One end of the island is prep space with a sink and countertops. The other side is a large dining area that can seat up to 8.