34,112 RAISED EATING AREA Home Design Photos

Grounded - Richard Risner RLA, ASLA
9 Reviews
Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
Step-down from upper area near kitty?
High deck area to overlook the garden.
exemplifies the best of modern design. Taking each element individually, there are plain concrete steps (that double as seating), a patch of lawn, a raised eating area and plain fencing; in other words, nothing that might seem distinctive. But the sheer overall volume of the steps, the interesting cutout in
“Te mooi” — tytjaronda
Exquisite Kitchen Design
11 Reviews
Cherry Hills Remodel
small to see the detail but I love the color. The is one of the most beautiful kitchens I have ever seen. I'm sorry that I don't live in the Denver area!
raised eating area with the island
bar stools and seating area off kitchen
Love the sitting area off the island
The second island has a raised eating area, taking the place of a traditional breakfast table. Each island has its own refrigerator space but shares the joint pantry and freezer area. Raised bar countertop: custom walnut slab
“Everything ! Wall color, stools, cabinets, window shades” — decorateme
Windover Construction
5 Reviews
Oceanfront Estate
Large work area raised eating area - farm house look
Kitchen with a view, incorporating eating area and window seat for taking in the vista.
I like the island set up with the bar area also all the windows
Love the space and the windows!! Also the counter top eating area
Openness of the windows, eating space for guests and family,
raised counter on top of island..perfdct
“All” — 3810canfieldrd
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
Metes & Bounds Landscape Design was established in 2004 as a landscape architecture firm dedicated to providing full-service design/build solutions for residential properties.
Neuhaus Design Architecture, P.C.
4 Reviews
Kitchen Island
the counter was raised using stainless steel tubing and stainless steel bullet legs from a restaurant supply house
raised eating area at island with metal legs
offs and how they raise another level of space over the table
This narrow raised counter takes up very little space on the back of the island, but it adds a lot of functionality. Guests have a place to linger and talk to the cook without getting underfoot during meal preparation.
stools that were selected to go along with it. I think this shows how an open-base stool design can create additional seating in the kitchen area without adding bulk or taking away from the spaciousness of the room.
“For kitchen” — Nerisa Beltran
Deborah Toland at Carole Kitchen and Bath
16 Reviews
Decorative posts support a raised eating area on the back of this island to add a unique spot to tuck away a couple of stools.
“Kitchen window” — fadwjw1
I-Beam Design
Munter Residence
breakfast bar - but wider to accommodate two sided eating if needed.
interesting way to add eating counter
The eating bar should be subtle;
I love the transitional feel with the crisp white slab cabinets with the raised rough wood bar!
raised eating counter
Raised wood counter.
island with raised bartop
Raised eating area?...eating bar...Raised bar...eat in kitchen
“bar” — Lele Meister
Schnarr Craftsmen Inc
12 Reviews
Woodrow Kitchen
What is the total kitchen floor area?
design of small area for a dining room
The client preferred to have a long eating bar for entertaining instead of a traditional dinette table.
I don't have the exact dimensions available at this time, but I can say the typical eating bar top is 12-14" wide. The overhang will be dependent on the supporting material. In this case we have a thick island gable to accommodate electrical
Approx 11'-0" long by 4'-0" wide including the raised bar.
You'll have to consider if that will be a busy traffic area. In this situation it is the main traffic route from the front of the house to the rear yard, where a lot of time is spent. Therefore enough space
I like the raised bar, lowered island working space
“2 level island” — kenzaldorr
A. Sadowski Designs
8 Reviews
Plymouth Residence
with a granite top combined with a butcher block desk. I want to get rid of the desk and make a raised bar with stools. I don't want to spend the money on new granite. So, I had thought to do the raised part in wood, but am worried about the maintenance. I love the way that the wood warms up the room
Raised eating area and use of 2 materials
The raised top on the seating side.
butcher block eating part of island
Like the raised "counter" on the island with bar stools
shallow seating area, raised wood top
Double the use of your kitchen island. Build an island that works as a preparation space and an eating area with room to stash stools out of the way under the counter. Not only does it maximize the use of the island, but it brings everyone to the same spot while dinner is being made.
“Cabinets. Might work in our victorian house” — lynx0333
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