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.
Blue Kitchen With Small Breakfast Bar and Barstools
A small breakfast area with black barstools creates a convenient eating spot. The black barstools add contrast to the light blue space and complements a busy backsplash. The black, white and gray mosaic tile backsplash pops against the smooth blue cabinets and white countertops.
A nearby large open window creates a light, breezy feeling throughout this modern galley kitchen. Brown cabinets provide storage room, while a matching breakfast bar creates the perfect spot for casual ding. White stools with blue and white striped upholstered cushions line the bar,
Soft gray walls give this open-concept kitchen a fresh, bright feel while Modern horizontal cabinets, a sleek hood vent, and industrial polished light fixtures deck out this beautiful kitchen and breakfast bar.
Modern Kitchen Breakfast Bar With Taupe Countertops
This beautiful kitchen remodel included the addition of a spacious breakfast bar with taupe quartz countertops. Dark wooden stools line one side of the breakfast bar, providing room for casual dining, while white glass pendant lights hang above.
Charming Open Plan Kitchen With Breakfast Bar and Teal Barstools
The vision for the space was to create a livable, functional area for the homeowners. By removing the one wall in the space that used to define the kitchen, the designers were able to open the floor plan up and maximize the square footage and natural lighting. The renovated kitchen now features custom white cabinetry, wood countertops, breakfast bar and teal barstools, staying true to the cottage feel.
The vision for the space was to create a livable, functional space for the homeowners. Their love for modern design paired perfectly with the quaint cottage architecture and geography of the home. By removing the one wall in the space that used to define the kitchen, the designers were able to open the floor plan up and include a breakfast bar lined with teal barstools.
Rustic Wooden Breakfast Bar with Fur-Covered Barstools
After taking down a kitchen wall, designers added a breakfast bar for additional seating. Soft sheepskin throws cover old wooden stools for a cool look and extra comfort, while taupe colored painted cabinets complete the neutral look of the space.