Copper HouseContemporary Kitchen, Sydney
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Rectangular tables have other benefits, too — they can be squeezed into small spaces without dominating the room. This kitchen may be small, but it still manages to accommodate a dining table that comfortably seats four (six in a pinch). Make it better: The trick to squeezing a table into limited space is creating the illusion that it hasn’t been squeezed in at all. Choose a table that’s small enough to allow at least 3 feet of free space around it, more if it’s in a thoroughfare.
As the most social space of the house, the dynamic living-kitchen-dining area sits in the upper section and gives views across the city. It also opens onto a private rear terrace.Bedonia countertops: Artedomus; Franke sink: Winning Appliances