Sothend houseTraditional Kitchen

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Photo of a small traditional kitchen in Other with grey cabinets, wood worktops, grey splashback, stainless steel appliances, a breakfast bar and multi-coloured floors. —  Houzz
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Mariam Nahaboo wrote:13 September 2020
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    5 days ago

    My personal experience, not being a super-tidy person, is that folding tables stay up, so you may just want to keep the surface extended. It also gives you somewhere to put stools/chairs. I carefully bought folding chairs for my breakfast bar – idiot me as I never fold them!

  • Mariam Nahaboo
    5 days ago

    Our kitchen is quite small.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Amanda Pollard added this to How to Turn Your Kitchen into the Perfect Entertaining Spot10 September 2018

Build in a bar areaAn informal way to get people chatting while you’re preparing food is to incorporate an island or peninsula. It can be a large central area or a small breakfast bar like this. As long as there’s enough worktop space to prop glasses, you’ve got yourself a sociable spot where guests can hover. For added comfort, invest in some bar stools. In this space, there’s only one perch, which is fine for an intimate evening with a friend. However, if you’re expecting a few guests, it’s best to move the stool out of the way to allow people to stand comfortably around the bar area.

What Houzz users are commenting on:

HU-460597570 added this to Kitchen Island/peninsula10 April 2020

Peninsula facing out of kitchen

HU-460597570 added this to KITCHEN/MUDROOM27 February 2020

peninsula with seating facing out from kitchen

Abby Karcz added this to West Wing19 June 2019

Cute how table comes out from wall

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