Scandinavian BlissScandinavian Kitchen, London

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suesykes wrote:18 Dec 2016
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    This is an oak worktop that has been white oiled. Pine is more yellow than oak but yo could try white or grey oiled.

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Amanda Pollard added this to Is it Over For Kitchen Islands?27 Dec 2017

The alternative: A neat breakfast nookWhy it’s a contender: It takes up a lot less roomIf your island is used primarily for a quick breakfast or coffee break, you could consider a less bulky alternative. Here, the run of cupboards incorporates a breakfast bar with enough room for two stools. The curved design helps it to blend in with the space and prevents the owners from bumping into any sharp corners.Here’s how to choose the perfect wood for your worktop

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Victoria Harrison added this to How to Fit a Home Office or Workstation into Your Kitchen28 Nov 2016

Build out a worktopThe slim worktop in this kitchen has been transformed into a practical and useful breakfast bar thanks to a curved extension. This is a great way to gain an extra work surface in a narrow galley kitchen and it could easily double up as a desk or workstation. Rounded corners are a wise idea in a high-traffic area.Browse 9 study spaces that will seamlessly fit into your home

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Amanda Pollard added this to 10 Space-savvy Ideas to Steal From Our Kitchen Tours3 Oct 2016

Keep edges smoothIf you want to include protruding features in a small kitchen, keep the edges curved. This will prevent you knocking into sharp corners and will make the object less obvious. The curved design of this breakfast bar makes it less overwhelming than a straight edge. “We could have had a straight surface all the way across,” says Rhiannon Phenis of Sola Kitchens, “but the curved design adds much more interest and allows people to face each other.”View more of this Scandinavian-style kitchen

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Amanda Pollard added this to Kitchen Tour: A Light, Scandinavian-style Galley Kitchen15 Sep 2016

The breakfast bar allows the couple to enjoy the kitchen together. “They can eat breakfast and dinner together, or one person can sit while the other cooks,” explains Phenis. Behind the tongue-and-groove panelling is an old chimney breast, which means the base cabinets are fairly shallow.The breakfast bar has an attractive curved edge. “We could have had a straight surface all the way across,” says Phenis, “but the curved design adds much more interest and allows people to face each other while they’re sitting at the breakfast bar. It also ties in with the shape of the bay window in the dining area.”Discover more breakfast bars with coffee shop appeal

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Ca Guti added this to Dinner table solutions2 Mar 2019

break up long line towards window

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Анна Гарбузова added this to Идеи пользователя webuser_58603734913 Sep 2018

оттенок столешницы и стульев, рейки

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Donovan Deakin added this to donovandeakin's ideas25 Aug 2018

Like the color, cabinet design and functionality, long kitchen with workspace idea and shelving.

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