10 Contemporary Eat-In Kitchen Designs You Need to Check

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Do your kitchen force you to eat meals while standing over the sink? Don’t despair! I have 10 contemporary eat-in kitchen designs you need to check. They are perfect for adding both cooking and eating functionality to every kitchen space.

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I think that there’s nothing more convenient than eating right next to where you cook. These kitchens that you will see today give cooks and diners the chance to talk and laugh, cleanup the space and keep the vibe casual and carefree. So, let’t check them out!

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The benefit of remodeling or building a new home is that you have much more freedom to chose the size and shape of the kitchen. Rectangular rooms or large squared ones are the norm, but I need to mention that they work best when carefully zoned. An L-shape room is another great solution that allows a degree of separation between the dining and cooking zones.

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Partial dividers are perfect for those who want to have an open plan living design. Even if you add one, you will still be able to talk with your family or guests, keep an eye on your babies.

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Eat-in kitchen designs are multi-functional rooms! This makes them one of the most complex zones to light in the home. So, I advise you to incorporate: accent lighting to highlight key features in the kitchen, task lighting to facilitate the activities, like food preparation and ambient (general) lighting.

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Kitchen islands are very popular additions to homes all over the globe. But if you are doubting whether an island would be a great fit for your space, you can rest assured that you won’t regret to incorporate one. As you can already notice, these island designs here provide extra storage and counter space, but they also provide additional seating as well.

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If you’ve got a big family or love having your friends over for meals, then the idea of kitchen island with seating is definitely appealing.

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What do you think about these eat-in kitchen designs my dear people? Do you find them functional and inviting? Which one do you like the most an would you like to have in your home? I would love to know your opinion, so please share your comments with me! Thank you for reading! Enjoy in the rest of your day and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer!