By . Kitchen. Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 07:50:38 AM.
Offer a movable feast. Breakfast bars do not need to be built in, as this freestanding wooden butchers block demonstrates. It doubles as a place for a glass of wine and a sandwich, or a croissant and coffee. The wooden stools, red bricks and wicker baskets all add to the warm, country effect.
Add some metal magic. The sturdy metal Tolix stool is something of a breakfast bar staple for a reason: This 1930s classic looks great in just about any setting. Here in silver it gently toughens up a pretty white country kitchen, complete with sparkling marble, but it works in modern, vintage and eclectic settings too, and comes in a range of colors.
Do I match the backsplash to the countertops or the flooring? The backsplash should be a similar colour and tone to the cabinets to tie the upper elements to the lower elements. For instance, if cabinets are white, then a white marble or tile works well, if cabinets are cherry wood, then a ruddy slate would be appropriate.
A roll out rack takes advantage of narrow spaces and is ideal for storing spices or utensils. Whats extra great is that you have access to items even way in the back. Layering drawers is another way you can utilise poorly proportioned spaces, a drawer within a drawer can separate silverware, rubber bands, and other knick knacks.
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