Shingle style cottage breakfast nookVictorian Kitchen, Grand Rapids
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3. Diner booth at end of cabinet run. This kitchen in Grand Rapids, Michigan, offers a good example of effectively using the empty space at the end of a run of cabinets. If you find yourself drawn to the booth seats at your local diner, this could be a fun way to bring an eat-at table to your kitchen.
2. That great diner with the delicious soups. A booth gives a cozy little restaurant kind of feel in the kitchen. It can be right in the heart of things yet still out of the way. What I like most about having a booth is that it can double as a workstation, unlike a countertop. (Laptops and food prep don’t mix.) If I’m working on a project at a booth, the clutter is contained and out of the way. The only danger is letting that project take over the booth permanently.