Designers wanted to give the common spaces in this home as much versatility as they could, so in addition to the formal dining area, designers added a kitchen island with seating for four, allowing this open concept space various opportunities for seating and entertaining.
The eat-in area of the kitchen provides the homeowners with a smaller seating option. Four, comfortable chairs, comfortable chairs surrounding a stylish, glass top table creates the perfect space for a low key brunch or simple family breakfast.
In the dining area of this Atlanta Beltline loft apartment, a contemporary dining table and dining chairs provide seating for four. To define the space, a black and white woven rug rests underneath the table, while a contemporary light fixture adds continuity with the rest of the apartment.
This kitchen redesign, as featured on America's Most Desperate Kitchen, features new, ceiling height cabinets and a large kitchen island. The island is four feet deep, leaving plenty of space for storage, and twelve feel deep, adding an informal dining space which removed the need for a formal dining room, so designers incorporated the former dining room space into the kitchen to make it larger and more functional.
Before the renovation, this kitchen didn't even have an oven or stove, and as a professional chef, her tiny kitchen wasn't cutting it, so designers added a large kitchen island that would provide the homeowner with the counter space she needs for preparation, while also providing seating for four people.
Bright white walls and four windows featuring waterfront views create a breezy, airy atmosphere for this seating area. Four comfortable armchairs are grouped close together to encourage intimate conversation.