The breakfast bar has become a staple in new build homes and apartments with open plan living more desirable than ever.
Casual living is enticing and the kitchen has quickly become more than just a space to cook (and clean). The breakfast bar with character and spunk is a formal dining space’s cool, younger cousin and I’m embracing it.
It’s no longer just about a clean, white box – think character and charm with contrast cabinetry and benchtops. Designers are using unusual timbers, metallic cladding and statement marble without compromising on resale value and versatility.
Even taps are becoming a feature with black, brass and bronze designs more favourable than the chrome varieties.
Barstools have become more stylish than ever. The Uocmas Drexel is a favourite with beautiful South American aniline leather, as well as is the Empire. If you haven’t guessed, I’m a fan of the designs with backs for comfort and style.