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Find Your Breakfast Bar Style

By Tiffany Adams

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Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but it can also be the most rushed. With little time for a formal gathering or a set table, built-in bars in the kitchen make it easy to grab a bite before heading out the door. Check out these seven styles to find a breakfast bar that's a perfect fit for your space and needs.

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Prairie Village Kitchen by Karen L. Ecton

Raised Counter

Ideal for a number of kitchens, a raised bar operates as an extension of an island or countertop by offering plenty of room for dining without a separate dedicated space. This large, raised bar accommodates four seats. The lower ledge provides a counter for service, and the close proximity to the stove means the area is also a great perch for guests to chat with the cook.

If you like this look, see Create Levels of Interest: Multitiered Countertops

Prairie Village Kitchen
by Karen L. Ecton

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