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Narrow Kitchens Can Still Have Breakfast Bars

By CRD Staff

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One feature that many homeowners like to implement into their kitchen remodels is the breakfast bar. Unfortunately, many homeowners think that a breakfast bar won';t fit because their kitchens are too narrow. This shouldn't be an issue! The following are a few ways that you can implement a breakfast bar into a narrow kitchen space:

  • Extending your island - If you have a kitchen island, you could extend the end of the island counter into a small breakfast bar. This is a great option if you don't have the space for a table in your kitchen or to add seating to the back of your island.
  • Corner of the L - If you have an L-shaped kitchen, then a small perch off both ends of the corner of the L is an easy way to take advantage of the open space you do have.
  • Peninsula - Add a short peninsula to your kitchen counter space that has enough of an overhang to provide an area that works as a breakfast bar.

These are some ways you can implement a breakfast bar into a narrow kitchen space. If you need kitchen remodeling in Seattle, contact us today.

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