The yacht's cute kitchen has a raised eating bar for two and pretty backsplash made of speckled blue tiles.
To make entertaining easier, this kitchen was opened up to connect to the adjacent family and dining room. A long eating bar extends off the island for casual meals.
A wooden eating bar tucks up nicely behind the marble island in this luxury kitchen, a perfect spot for a casual bite or a cheering section for the chef!
Vents just above the floor make it tricky to use this kitchen wall as cabinet space. But as an eating bar, it's perfect! Eames-style bar stools and copper pendants add sophisticated style.
To increase the seating, a bar was added along a side wall as well as a rustic rocking chair.
Navy blue placemats make a handsome pairing with this dark wood eating bar and white hydrangea arrangement.
A long thin countertop makes a convenient eating bar as well as a visual boundary between this open plan kitchen and the rest of the living area.
A gray partial wall shows off the bright colors of the artwork hung on top. Next to it, a clear countertop makes a stylish eating bar with a view.
The rustic log cabin is tricked out with elaborate detail in this home that features exposed log ceiling beams and columns and an eating bar made from recycled pine.
An eating bar wraps around the perimeter of this lovely kitchen, giving it a subtle outer boundary that also allows for the room to be connected with the rest of the space.
This slim, quartz-topped eating bar makes a welcoming spot for guests to hang out with the chef. Placemats and bowls in bright blue are a fun nod to the condo's beachy location.
Neatly tucked into the corner edge of the kitchen, an eating bar makes a casual spot for hanging out. Straw barstools bring a rustic feel that ties in well with the floating wood shelves.
Everyday meals in this home are easy and casual, with dining areas full of kid-friendly surfaces like faux leather and wood.
Glossy wood paneling pairs with marble countertops and a backsplash in this sleek modern kitchen.
An eating bar with the best view ever is set up along one corner of the roof deck.
A petite eating bar makes a natural border for one side of the kitchen and lets the chef stay connected to the main living area.
Slate tiles and seafoam granite are combined to create a raised eating bar in this contemporary kitchen. Recessed and pendant lighting illuminates the dark wall and ceiling colors.
This stunning eating bar was created out of large slabs of local stone, shot through with creams, orange and green. The earthy tones perfectly meld with the gleaming hardwood floors.