Hackney HouseContemporary Kitchen, London
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Squeeze in a tableIf space is tight, an L-shaped layout could still allow you to pop in a dining zone. The empty third wall can be ideal for holding a table that folds down when not in use.This wall-hung breakfast bar has plenty of room for eating, while leaving enough space to move around. Alternatively, a drop-leaf table would offer more surface space, but pack up to the footprint of a console table.If people are likely to be moving through the kitchen, choose a curved design for your breakfast bar to avoid sharp corners.