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Eat-in kitchen - contemporary galley eat-in kitchen idea in DC Metro with stainless steel appliances, a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets and light wood cabinets

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Eat-in kitchen - contemporary galley eat-in kitchen idea in DC Metro with stainless steel appliances, a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets and light wood cabinets - Houzz
Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
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laxaws1laxaws1 wrote:October 9, 2012
  • laxaws1
    8 years ago
    This might seem strange to ask but are there any pictures of this in use with 4 people sitting in the booth? I'm working with basically the same set of dimensions, except my depth is closer to 42'', so it would be even tighter and i'm wondering if it would be feasible for 4 adults (comfortably) to eat a meal. Thanks!
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    8 years ago
    Sorry - no pictures of the booth occupied. We try to maintain a minimum of 2' per person in terms of width for our built-in seating, more is a little better. 42" will be a squeeze. If you'd like to discuss this further - give us a call. Maybe there's another way to look at your situation-

    Cheers -
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Christine Ciarmello added this to Paging All Foodies: Your Banquette Is ReadySeptember 5, 2013

2. Japanese steakhouse or Asian fusion. There is an orderliness and geometry to this built-in banquette, with its dark,...

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Nicole Chose added this to KitchenSeptember 6, 2021

Love the window nook haha