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Rustic Farmhouse Table and Blue Chairs
A rustic eat-in kitchen with a farmhouse table and blue chairs. It is a perfect space for entertaining small groups of friends. It is a good idea to go for chairs without armrests as they take up less space. They should also be light since they need to be pulled and pushed from under the dining table.
Spare yet oh-so-chic, this modern kitchen features a soothing palette of blue, white and brown. Neutral cabinetry makes the appliances blend seamlessly into the overall space, and a handy counter height table extends off the island for easy entertaining and dining.
Transitional White Kitchen With Robin's Egg Blue Countertop Stools
This kitchen features a blend of white and brown wood cabinets with a subway tile backsplash and neutral countertop. Three glass pendant lights hang above the kitchen island, while robin's egg blue stools are positioned on one side. A set of glass front cabinets, a farmhouse sink and oak floors provide finishing touches.
This kitchen from Meg's Great Room makes use of every nook and cranny. A small alcove under the staircase is used additional pantry storage to keep the space looking neat and tidy. A small peninsula offers a breakfast area while still allowing a view of the adjacent living room.
Light and Bright Kitchen With Exposed Beam Vaulted Ceilings
This renovated kitchen features exposed beam vaulted ceilings paired with white cabinets and blue details, like the kitchen island. Two wood stools are positioned next to the island for casual dining, while a metallic pendant light and hardwood floors add finishing touches.
The antique wood mirror in the kitchen is one of the places designers aimed to incorporate some of the building's church history. The mirror's ornate carvings are lightened by the slim pendants and bright white cabinetry.