No need to be cooped up inside with a eating area like this to enjoy outside. A beautiful stone outdoor kitchen, featuring a stainless steel grill, sits in an open archway with views of the yard. Comfortable padded chairs surround a large glass table big enough for the entire family to enjoy.
To make this outdoor oasis a more versatile space, designers added an outdoor eating area for the family to enjoy meals in the outdoors. Donned in bold colors, this space complements the colors of the mountains surrounding the home, making the space feel natural and connected with nature.
A removed wall between the dining room and kitchen results in an open floor plan home. To update the home further, the dining room was repainted a relaxing blue with white trim and the floors were refinished. A metal chandelier above the dining room table adds a touch of elegance..
High-gloss white wood floors are a great alternative to tile or stained wood. When installed correctly, maintenance and clean-up is a snap, and it’s hard to beat the clean and fresh look that this finish provides.
This kitchen eating area features a new tile floor, metal frame chandeliers, wooden dining chairs with woven seats, a window with white plantation shutters, and a tall wooden rolling cart with shelves for storing dishes.
This upscale outdoor kitchen sits underneath a trellis, providing shade for the outdoor space. A comfortable eating area, complete with a dining table and metal chairs, makes the perfect spot to relax and enjoy food and drinks.
Here's a kitchen with a bonus -- an outdoor eating area just adjacent! The floor-to-ceiling windows bring an amazing light into the space, which boasts stainless steel microwave, convection oven, refrigerator and wine refrigerator. The simple style of the cabinets echo a classic, modern look.
Adding red cushions to outdoor dining chairs creates a vibrancy that comes from the contrast against trees and plants. The traditional iron scrollwork of the chairs and table bring an unexpected yet fun sense of formality to the patio gathering space.
Check out this nook in a larger kitchen -- what a great spot for a family breakfast before a busy day. Comfy, blue, upholstered chairs sit around a white table, overlooked by a lovely piece of modern art.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It, Hilary's design for this kitchen opens up the space and makes it feel larger than the original floor plan. She adds storage to this space by using a kitchen island in the middle of the room. The neutral colors on the cabinets and windows are accented by a pop of color on the far wall. That color also helps to separate the eat-in area from the main part of the kitchen.
Designer Anjie Cho removed the wall between kitchen and living room and added a peninsula with overhang for seating. The move gave more space to the galley, allowing the kitchen to be wrapped around the seating area for added room next to the table.