Breakfast bars are perfect additions to a small kitchen. They impart both the illusion of space and a unique aesthetic appeal to the area.
It also makes your kitchen more social. You can easily whip up snacks or warm up food while entertaining guests. You don’t have to leave them in the living room while you do all the work in the kitchen.
Creating a half wall breakfast bar is easy, affordable, and fun. Here are a few half wall breakfast bar ideas to make your kitchen a fun space.
Kitchen Counter Breakfast Bar
A kitchen counter breakfast bar is exceptionally pleasing to the eye. All you have to do is remove the cupboards in your kitchen’s counter space and replace it with stools. You can make storage space in the upper parts of the kitchen.
Easy on the pocket, this can be done easily without having to install a new countertop.
Simple Wooden Breakfast Bar
Trendy kitchen bars are not always exuberant. A simple wooden half wall breakfast bar can be just as appealing.
Adding wooden blocks to your kitchen bar will make it more intimate and rustic, elevating the overall appeal of your kitchen area.
This is also robust and doesn’t burn a hole in your pocket.
Experiment with Innovative Materials
Use the half wall space to add a narrow counter for a breakfast bar. This is a deft utilization of space as this is an area that can be accessed in multiple ways.
Now that it is in the center, make sure to experiment with the material of the countertop. Think outside the box and choose a material that instantly draws attention.
If done right, this will also make the kitchen space look bigger and not just more beautiful.
Break the Monotony
Half-wall kitchen bars don’t always have to follow the formulaic template of inserting a rectangular counter table and a couple of stools.
Why not go for a curved breakfast bar with added space in the bottom? This is going to take some time to conceptualize and execute, but the result will be worthwhile creating an area that is unique and beautiful.
Getting a kitchen bar right is not simply about the countertop and seating. You can elevate the space by experimenting with the stools. We suggest going rustic. Why not go for cane stools, a small flower vase, and bamboo lighting in your kitchen bar?
This will be easy on the pocket and extremely pleasing to the eye.
If you liked these breakfast bar ideas, make sure you experiment with a few and give your kitchen a new feel. Breakfast bars are known to elevate a space instantly, and you will feel the difference. Share these tips with your friends and family.