A mid-sized minimalist L-shaped eat-in kitchen which features a mix of wood, white and black kitchen cabinets. Feel free to check out how wood and white looks like in the kitchen.
The open kitchen is at the center of the living space and forms the hub of family life. The island is made from granite and oak which invites people to gather.
I love the soft and dramatic feel of this kitchen which we can get from the light wood cabinets and that fluffy area rug. It won’t hurt to add a black cabinet in the kitchen too!
The 15 Traditional Style Eat-in Kitchen Designs that we have created today is a follow up list for the list we made for you yesterday. We showcased 15 Modern Eat-in Kitchen Designs which is the counterpart of the traditional ones we have listed today! Like we said above, the kitchen is the heart of any homes which makes it the center of most activities we have for the entire day – sometimes having an eat-in kitchen is the best way for us to save, cook and do reading or other work we can do away in the living room. As for moms out there who prepared meals almost every two or three hours every day, these ideas are for you!
The family of six wanted an eat-in kitchen where they could gather for meals, so Sigurdsson created this high-top table/kitchen island. “This is a huge family center point which truly serves as the heart of the home,” he says.
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