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Kitchen Breakfast Nooks for Smaller Kitchens

April 16, 2019
Kitchen Breakfast Nooks in Ontario

Kitchen Space & Breakfast Nooks

Island or breakfast nook. In modern kitchen design, most of us want an island incorporated into our new kitchen design instead of having a kitchen table however sometimes there just isn’t enough room. However our designers can provide a beautiful yet space saving option for your smaller dream kitchen by designing a beautiful kitchen breakfast nook that will transform your kitchen.

Kitchen Breakfast Nook To The Rescue

That’s where a breakfast nook can satisfy your craving for a beautiful kitchen. Breakfast nooks don’t require as much space as an island but they still serve a similar purpose. By incorporating bench, chairs and materials that match the flow of the new kitchen design the nook can act as an extension of the new custom kitchen design making the overall design look bigger and grander.

 Small Space Is Big Enough

You would be surprised at how little space is actually required and how much adding a breakfast nook can open up the kitchen. There are ways to reclaim extra space to add a nook to your new kitchen. If your kitchen has a doorway to the backyard for instance, changing that entryway from an inward opening door to a sliding door can free up several feet of space no longer needed to allow for door swing. This also makes summer access to the kitchen more convenient and open. A kitchen breakfast nook can be as simple as a tiny banquette and two chairs near a window or as elaborate as built in bench seating by a bay window. Of course, bench seating also opens up the possibility of increased cabinet space in the bench bottom and sides. Our 3D designers can make the most of your existing kitchen space.

Maximizing Kitchen Space

Designing the perfect kitchen breakfast nook is only one solution for your smaller kitchen. Maximizing space in your new kitchen design means using every square inch of space available, it is the most valuable space in your home, work with our 3D designers to ensure the ultimate kitchen pan for your space. Should you have hanging pots and pans to create a better kitchen work flow and free up cabinetry space for other materials? Will built in sliders maximize your cabinetry space and require less floor space? These are questions best answered visually with our 3D kitchen design planner.  

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