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★ Love the clash of dark tiles on one wall and the white paint on the other. Black-white floortiles balances it all. (will work in our kitchen)

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The Return of the Eat In Kitchen | Centsational Style

It seems everything comes full circle in design, and another place we’re seeing it happening is in the heart of the kitchen. Decades ago, the eat in kitchen with the dining table set in the middle of the space was commonplace, but over time and with our desire for more storage, it was replaced i ...

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Old Wood Tables in the Middle of the Kitchen

Old Wood Tables in the Middle of the Kitchen

This kitchen and the one below came from international design magazines, but we see this in plenty of American kitchens: chunky wood tables just a foot or two away from the sink, stove, and countertop. How do you feel about dining in the middle of the kitchen?Of course, I dine in my living room; such is the case when you live in an apartment where rooms serve several functions. But I am not a fan of the dining table right in the kitchen.

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Somewhere in the evolution of the American home, the kitchen and dining room became separate things. We started out cooking over a hearth, right in the middle of the home, and wound up with the kitchen as a sort of utility, tucked away in the back of the house. But cooking and eating are natural partners. Why not put them back together?

Let’s Bring Back the Eat in Kitchen

Somewhere in the evolution of the American home, the kitchen and dining room became separate things. We started out cooking over a hearth, right in the middle of the home, and wound up with the kitchen as a sort of utility, tucked away in the back of the house. But cooking and eating are natural partners. Why not put them back together? Lately there’s been more of a trend towards informality, with the kitchen and dining room edging closer together.

Let's Bring Back the Eat in Kitchen. LOVE this article. In Aspen, we stayed in a condo with only a farmhouse table separating the kitchen and the living room and I loved the feel of it. So casual and laid back. Everyone ends up in the kitchen anyway! Plus, less rooms and smaller houses=more environmental.

Let’s Bring Back the Eat in Kitchen

Somewhere in the evolution of the American home, the kitchen and dining room became separate things. We started out cooking over a hearth, right in the middle of the home, and wound up with the kitchen as a sort of utility, tucked away in the back of the house. But cooking and eating are natural partners. Why not put them back together? Lately there’s been more of a trend towards informality, with the kitchen and dining room edging closer together.