By Damien Clarisse. Kitchen Design. Published at Tuesday, March 27th, 2018 - 09:56:05 AM.
If you’re having an island built from scratch, consider adding a hideaway table to the design. The piece slides out for meals or when you need extra space for food prep, and tucks back in when not in use.
Also known as a G-shaped kitchen, this layout has an extra counter that extends from a U-shaped kitchen. Use that extra counter area for casual dinners or your morning coffee. Pull up a few barstools and take advantage of an extra dining spot.
If you need to pack people in, opt for a pedestal table. This type of table is able to accommodate more chairs since there are no corner legs to get in the way. From modern tulip-styles to traditional wood center tables, there’s a pedestal table to fit any kitchen design.
All you need for a slender dining space is a piece of wood and some sturdy L-brackets. Install the ledge on an empty wall or in front of a window. Pair with stools that can be tucked neatly under the bar and out of the way.
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