Nov 2, 2016
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Making a Kitchen Island and Dining Table Work in Small Spaces

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You do not have to sacrifice the dining table or the kitchen island if you have a small space! In this design, the architects built a small U-Shaped kitchen near the house’s entrance. The layout created a kitchen island, hence establishing a hallway entry. They placed bar stools there, therefore making it an eat-in kitchen. However, the owner wants a separate dining area. To make sure that they won’t feel claustrophobic about it, they used a round dining table. This compact round table has more seating capacity than the bar. It can also fit in the corner of the house! With this design, you can entertain more people at home.

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Dining · Kitchen

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