Four modern barstools in the kitchen give the homeowners the option of a breakfast bar for a casual dining space. The extra seating could also serve as an extension to the dining room for large parties.
Guests can saddle up to the kitchen island on midcentury modern barstools, complete with molded seats and tapered legs. The open nature of the kitchen allows the chef to interact with guests while taking care of last-minute prep.
Bright white cabinets enhance the height of this spacious eat-in kitchen. Modern lucite barstools keep things feeling open, while the blue and white rug and Roman shade add casual elegance to the room.
Transom windows blend in seamlessly, almost disappearing completely, thanks to a monochromatic color palette that unifies every element in this space. The island defines the kitchen from the rest of the open living area. Wooden barstools give the kitchen an organic-modern look.
A long kitchen island is lined with cool, midcentury modern barstools for a roomy eat in and hang out set up. The white base of the stools pops against the woodgrain base and matches the white countertop. A thin wood top compliments the hardwood finish of the floor.
Black industrial barstools pull up to clean Caesarstone countertops for a casual dining spot in this spacious kitchen. Hardwood floors add warmth to the space, while a sleek light fixture brings a contemporary vibe to the room.
Sleek and so sophisticated, the open plan kitchen has crisp white countertops and cabinets and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances. Gray barstools tie in with the chic light gray hardwood floors.