The breakfast bar is a great dining area option for small kitchen décor. Unlike a true dining table with chair sets, a breakfast bar is often small and snug, with an eating surface that can double as a food prep space. Even if your kitchen has limited space, there are many ways to insert a breakfast bar and create a cozy dining area.
Here are several ideas to insert a breakfast bar in your mini kitchen.
1. Corner Breakfast Bar
Corner space is often underutilized, which makes it a great spot for a breakfast bar. You can place a mini table with a letter L bench that fits the corner space perfectly. You can also place a round table with two stools in the corner to save the kitchen space.
2. Floating Breakfast Bar
Save some extra feet space by installing a floating breakfast bar. You can install a simple wooden panel on the wall of a tiny kitchen, shoving a couple of stools or chairs underneath. You can also install the breakfast bar in front of the window.
3. Countertop Breakfast Bar
Turn one side of your kitchen countertop into a breakfast bar. Place a couple of stools or chairs on the outer side of the cabinet countertop. Create a proper breakfast bar look by adding a spoon container, mini flower planter, or a beautiful carafe. Anyway, when installing heavy countertop slabs for your kitchen breakfast bar, be sure you have the right tools. Marble and granite countertops are expensive. If you drop them, you’ll need to order new slabs which won’t be cheap
4. Divider Breakfast Bar
If you live in a studio apartment of open-plan home, you can turn a half divider wall into a breakfast bar. Simply place a couple of chairs or tools next to it. You can also intentionally install cabinetry that separates the kitchen from the other rooms, turning it into a breakfast bar.
A breakfast bar is a great addition for small kitchen décor. Get creative with the breakfast bar design and enjoy a nice eating time even in limited space.