The interior designs and layouts that include a breakfast bar are very numerous and the fact that we don’t usually think of them as bring special or unusual shows just how common they are. Formal dining rooms are suitable for entertaining guests at special occasions such as important holidays or personal celebrations. Kitchens with breakfast bars or table extensions on their islands offer a comfortable and informal dining space for every other situation or for friendly gatherings. Certain kitchen island designs seem intentionally structured in a way that lets them double as breakfast bars
Breakfast bars are excellent for spaces with L-shaped kitchen counters or for open layouts While this section of the island is used as a dining space, the rest of the counter can be used for food preparation or as a cooktop.
Another idea is to have an island with a bar-height table extension that doesn’t necessarily fit directly into the continuation of its counter. In a few rare cases, an extension can be added to a kitchen island, making it unusually long For instance, if you remove half of the wall that encloses the kitchen or that separates it from the living or dining room, you an create a breakfast bar.
Use a small breakfast bar to frame an open kitchen, creating an L or a U-shaped counter This option is suitable for small kitchens or for oddly-shapes spaces where regular islands or bars don’t really fit. Even though they make a good combo, breakfast bars don’t necessarily need kitchen islands to fit in a space