By . Kitchen. Published at Monday, February 05th, 2018 - 04:46:44 AM.
While these tricks do not actually create space, they can make you believe they did which is just as good. Under cabinet lights brighten counter space and make a small space look bigger than it really is. Mirrors, reflective surfaces, and white paint work the same way, reflecting light to lend depth and width to your room.
Look for unusual stools. An eye catching set of bar stools can perk up even a tiny breakfast nook. These vintage metal and rose colored velvet numbers have elevated a cozy galley space into a stylish coffee stop. Bar stools come in just about every style under the sun, so do not rush your decision when planning your breakfast bar take your time until you find a design you really love. And do not forget to sit on them before you buy. Are they comfy enough, are they high enough and will their dimensions work in your space.
Create a breakout cafe area. You do not have to sacrifice a slice of countertop or island unit when you build in a breakfast bar, especially if you are fortunate enough to have a roomy kitchen. Here a separate high table adds the air of a continental coffee shop, the perfect perch for espressos.
Should the countertops match the cabinetry? Countertops are influenced by the colour of appliances, and function to visually connect these elements and create continuity for the eye. So if your appliances are white, choose a countertop that is white or uses white as a background colour. For stainless steel appliances, go for a grey or beige background. Black appliances mean you need dark toned countertops.
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