Five barstools give guests a front row seat to watch the chef prep dinner. At the same time, an expansive stone-clad counter makes plenty of room for glasses, plates and other essentials of the evening.
Pull up a barstool at this kitchen counter, perfect for enjoying a meal, keeping the cook company or just socializing. The kitchen's neutral color palette creates a warm ambiance just right for the heart of the home.
Designing a room that's mostly or all white ensures you'll have a room that always feels streamlined and clutter-free. This modern eat-in kitchen features expansive counter space, hardwood floors and a cozy round kitchen table for four. The landscape just out the large sliding glass door brings nature and color into the room.
Transparent ghost chairs provide seating at this beautifully designed small kitchen's eat-in counter without taking up visual space. A deep glass-door cabinet provides ample storage for dishware, pots, pans and even cookbooks.
With an eat-in counter, sitting area and fire pit, this outdoor space can easily accommodate large parties and more intimate gatherings. Keeping the furniture within a black-and-white palette ensures that everything matches.
In this beautifully designed small kitchen, transparent ghost chairs provide seating at an eat-in counter without taking up visual space. A farmhouse sink and chef-grade stove and refrigerator keep even the most discerning foodies happy.
With stainless appliances, a silver backsplash and glossy countertops, this open kitchen practically shines in the morning light. Two islands are a deluxe addition, with one offering extra storage and the other serving as an eat-in counter.
Chic accents and furniture make this transitional kitchen a warm, welcoming space. Industrial-style Restoration Hardware barstools line the eat-in counter, with Anthropologie pendants hanging above. Benjamin Moore paint on the cherry wood cabinets creates a sleek look.
This oversized kitchen island provides plenty of seating at the eat-in counter and additional seating at the table-height extension. Acrylic dining chairs and barstools don't weigh down the space, while sleek cabinetry provides a modern backdrop for the open kitchen.
Green technology inside this Point Lorna, California, villa allows for solar power to fuel track and pendant lighting which shines down on a kitchen island's marble counter top. The long counter top's charms are maximized with an eat-in counter fitted with high top wicker seating.
With a stainless grill on one side and an eat-in counter on the other, the owners of this home will have no trouble planning their next backyard barbeque. After dinner, guests can take their drinks up a short flight of stairs to the sitting area.
After: Who would not want to hang out in this backyard? The patio now includes a grill station and engaging spaces to entertain a crowd or relax with a few friends. A window was turned into a door on the far side of the breakfast nook leading to the grill station with an eat-in counter.
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.