1,174,323 eat-in kitchen Home Design Photos

Christian Gladu Design
7 Reviews
Incredibly Green Home of Chevy Chase
What material is used for back of eat in bench? Is this tongue and gro
Love that table in the eating nook, Is it custom built? If so by who?
layout - eat in, no sink on island
Love the eat in. Maybe bigger than we would need. Love the overall look of cabinets and eat at counter
built-in breakfast nook! really like that.
entertainment center idea- something like built-in around stove?
Formal Victorian kitchens (which predated the Craftsman era) were designed only for preparing meals — usually done by hired help. Kitchen activities were hidden from the dining room and living room. However, Craftsman homes embraced the kitchen as the home's main hub. Eat-in kitchens and breakfast nooks
nooks allowed families to gather in the space at any time of day. Get this look: Banquettes look great in eat-in kitchens and use space wisely. This particular breakfast booth and its banquette stick to the straight lines of Craftsman style. But don't worry; you can soften your seating with a cushion or
“breakfast nook” — allen974
Aviad Bar-Ness
Photograper - Aviad Bar Ness, Architect - karen goor
What brand are the kitchen cabinets?
hi. i love the kitchen table and lights. can you tell me where they are from?
the whole kitchen with the round table but with grooves
White kitchen with stainless steel appliances
edgeIsland benches are still on-trend, but variations are starting to pop up. The chairs and table in this kitchen are reminiscent of the eat-in kitchens of the old days … but with an ultra-modern twist.
Here the designer has opted for Eames Shell chairs with wooden legs. They stand out next to all of the white in this eat-in kitchen.
modern kitchens. Note the way the stainless drawer and door pulls coordinate with the appliance accents.
The curves of the Caravaggios, the Eames Shell Chairs and the Saarinen Tuilp Table are having a great conversation in this midcentury modern–inspired kitchen.
“Window” — suelee123
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
Where is the kitchen table and chairs from?
window, eat in kitchen and Brian's look of tile floor
Table mateEat-in kitchens were the norm in country homes of old, and a great farmhouse table such as this one is just the ticket to recreate the look. Add some lived-in chairs, tie on some seat cushions, and choose a standout light to bring your kitchen up to speed.
An old tableEat-in kitchens fit perfectly
dining needs of more than a few generations. Nail holes, scratches and a warm patina are all good things.SMART STRATEGY: Tie on some cushions to your kitchen dining chairs. Casual comfort is key to this style of home.
“Open shelving turning corner” — emilymayrodgers
Lauren Liess Interiors
9 Reviews
Breakfast Nook
Blk/wh with copper color in kitchen to flow to family room
need a little table where the kids can sit down to eat. Nothing huge just unique
wall paper - 1 wall kitchen dad
The family eats most of their meals in the breakfast nook of the kitchen.
If you stick within a color palette, you can achieve a cohesive look with a lot of diverse pieces. This charming eat-in kitchen's palette is based in black and white, which helps hold the collected look together. Distressed
Eat-in kitchen: During times of segregation, the adults in the family never ate with "the help." One of my favorite scenes in the movie is when Celia insists on joining a horrified Minnie in the kitchen for a meal.
FarmhouseKey elements: Floral wallpaper, a chalkboard, topiaries and farmhouse chairs bring country style to this kitchen. A midcentury modern Tulip Table is an unexpected twist.
“Repurpose the dining room chairs.” — mducklow
Lovejoy Designs
Cambridge, MA
Where did you place the double oven? Do you have more pictures of this kitchen at a different angle? Absolutely magnificent.
Love this little breakfast nook eating area
Lighting contrast that connect with the kitchen/dining room
Cambridge, MA kitchen 450 square feet
Chairs and table and kitchen cabinets
9-foot-high freestanding closet once divided the kitchen from the dining room; the ceilings are 11 feet, 3 inches high, so it just floated oddly and clunked up the space. Russell’s intervention united the rooms into one pleasing space that now has an eat-in kitchen that also serves as a formal dining area.
7-metre-high freestanding closet once divided the kitchen from the dining room; the ceilings are 3.4 metres high, so it just floated oddly and clunked up the space. Russell’s intervention united the rooms into one pleasing space that now has an eat-in kitchen that also serves as a formal dining area. The
“brass faucet” — nancyjwb
Don Ziebell
1 Review
Oz Architects
Eat in kitchen with cooking fireplace
that dog is verrry obviously shopped-in. ps love the stools and fireplace.
love the rustic and up-datedness of this kitchen
Contemporary barn. The brick oven is clearly the standout feature in this cozy and inviting eat-in kitchen, but details such as the mismatched wooden stools and chairs, oversize wooden beams, reclaimed-timber
black & white tile floor in kitchen
and sleek kitchen cabinetry keep the look light and modern
I love this fireplace in the kitchen!
Contemporary barn. The brick oven is clearly the standout feature in this cosy and inviting eat-in kitchen, but details including the mismatched wooden stools and chairs, oversized wooden beams, reclaimed timber floating shelves, black and white tiles
“Exposed beams, flooring, fireplace in kitchen” — elynnmartin
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
5 Reviews
Vintage Elegance
instead of eat in kitchen. Dining room will get more use.
Love idea of comfy sofa in kitchen!!!!
neat idea sofa in the kitchen,
A sofa n the kitchen instead of a table! I like it : )
a sofa in the kitchen - great idea if you have space.
couch in kitchen, like a living room, and kitchen in one.
Way cool. Couch in kitchen.
why not-eat and rest, rest and cook
love the couch in the kitchen, not sure how practical it would be though....
couch in kitchen/dining area/non kitchen rug.
Couch and coffee table in kitchen
table and chairs in your eat-in kitchen? A couch invites you and your besties to kick back and relax – just the feeling you need in a kitchen reminiscent of a groovy inner-city coffee hot spot.
“small apartyment” — kimbridge33
Dijeau Poage Construction
San Francisco Remodel
Eat in kitchen with bench on one side, chairs on another
For a seating/study area in the new family room, I like I I like how this built-in extends beyond where the table is for easy in/out, and that half the seating
eat in kitchen that's simpler. Bench seating plus a table and chairs (not a built in wrap around)
Consider a kitchen banquette. You may not think your kitchen has enough room to be an eat-in kitchen, but you might just have the space to build a bench under a window and pull up a long, narrow table. Choose
dining bench in this eat-in kitchen nook.
If you have windows on both corner walls, build the banquette at typical seat height: 17-19 inches finished. Use pillows instead of a built-in back cushion.
“window seat” — Lisa Langley_Spillane
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