Custom Home Eat-In Kitchens:
What's new in eat-in kitchens? Floor plan designs (and custom modification requests) are getting more creative with how to incorporate eat-in spaces.
You will see a wider variety in the type, location, size, number, and configuration of eat-in kitchen spaces than ever before.
Below are eat-in kitchen photos, to give you modern home design ideas.
Eat-In Kitchen Photos and Ideas:
Each of these North Carolina new custom homes, built in or near Raleigh, will give you ideas for how to choose your eat-in style kitchen features.
Some popular eat-in kitchen layouts include:
1. Transitional Island Eating Bar
This transitional gourmet kitchen is open to the vaulted great room (with wood beam ceiling - see it here), filled with family-ready features - including the eat-in island.
Contrasting cabinet styles are paired with natural stone counter tops and a blend of traditional and contemporary lighting bring a transitional touch.
The island seating overhang and next-door breakfast nook make this a great eat-in kitchen design.
2. Built-in Island Bench for Eating In the Kitchen
A built-in bench (with storage below) is attached to the center island - designed as seating for a breakfast-sized table.
Copper pendant lights run along the far-side island for a bit of metallic contrast against the stainless steel appliances.
3. Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen Island
Bar top eating is handy in this contemporary white and black kitchen - with gray hardwood floors.
The nearby wine bar (with refrigerator space below) makes this an all-seasons kitchen.
4. Three Eat-In Areas
This kitchen has three eat-in spaces:
1. A raised eating bar on the great room side of the second island
2. An island-height eating space on the far end of the first island
3. A tucked-in breakfast room, open to the kitchen
5. Built In Bench for an Eat-In Kitchen / Breakfast
An extra long bench spans the length of the breakfast room, for a joint kitchen-breakfast eat-in layout.
6. Cantilever Island
This cantilever style island overhang offers space to tuck away kitchen stools. Hidden stools leave more space for a walkway in the kitchen.
A wrap-around bench in the breakfast room opens up more seating, for this eat-in kitchen design.
7. Curved Island with Seating
A cantilever style island can incorporate a curved side, for extra knee space below.
8. Eat-In Kitchen Island
It's easier to hold a conversation when all seats are not on the same side of the island.
Rather than extending the length of this island to accommodate more chairs, a corner seat was added.
9. Two-Sided Eat-In Island
Here is another example of an eat-in island with seating on two sides.
10. Small Galley Kitchen with Eat-in Bar
Even a small L-shaped or galley kitchen can accommodate efficient eat-in space. The raised bar can be used for casual meals as well as a serving space for large gatherings.
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