Design A Coffee Bar for Yourself

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The coffee bar is a little perch where you sip your morning coffee, eat your oatmeal and skim the headlines on your tablet. It is definitely a brilliant choice to create an extra living space into your home. 

Even space is limited, you can still accommodate a home bar you dreamed of, and I can say that my coffee bar is where I start and often finish, the day.

All you need is a couple of unique bar stools and a skinny ledge to work that cafe-at-home vibe: Suddenly your dull kitchen looks like a sociable hangout, instead of only a place to cook.

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Photo by Cheryl Freedman

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Photo by Cheryl Freedman

Seek for unusual stools.  Bar stools come in just about any style, so take your time to make your decision – until you find a design you really love as well as comfy enough and make sure that they are high enough to fit the dimensions work in your space. An eye-catching set of bar stools can perk up even a tiny nook.

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A bar beside windows. Look around to see whether you could use a wall for your bar, rather than placing it in the center of the kitchen, actually a bar can be set anywhere. In your house, whether it is an apartment or a villa in the countryside, a skinny ledge has been tucked in by the window, away from the mess of the kitchen – ideal for peaceful moments.

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Set of 2 Swivel Bar stools Rotatable Chairs
Set of 2 Adjustable Vintage Bar Stools
Set of 3 Steel Frame Counter Height Modern Swivel Bar Stools

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Highlight with pendants. The light fixture is an essential element for home design. Low-slung pendants are the key to making a bar stand out. Hungover an island unit, they provide softer lighting for cooking and entertaining than common harsh spotlights. When your kitchen is decorated with just one compact color, you may choose pendants in a bright color to add a fresh, vibrant edge. Note also how the stools have been squeezed in around two sides of the island to accommodate more seats.

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Mix up your surfaces. Thanks to different worktop materials, the cooking and eating zones on this island unit have been wisely divided up. Using a simple trick does make it instantly feel less like a traditional kitchen but more like a multifunctional space. Curvy, upholstered stools also help give the wooden bar area a more relaxed, comfortable feel.

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Set of 2 Adjustable Swivel Bar Stools Pub Chairs
Set of 2 PU Leather Swivel Bar Stools Pub Chairs
Set of 2 PU Leather Bar Stools Pub Chairswith Metal Legs

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Light up with metal magic. The sturdy metal Tolix stool is always a bar staple: The classic looking feels great in just about any setting. It works in modern, vintage and eclectic settings too, and comes in a range of colors.

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Set of 4 Rustic Metal Wood Bar Chairs
Set of 2 Vintage Antique Style Metal Steel Bar Stools
Set of 2 Tolix Style Dining Side Stackable Chair

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Extend the island top. In such a long, slim kitchen, the owners extended the top of the island unit, meaning people can tuck feet under without knocking knees while enjoying a cuppa. Really space-saving – When they’re finished, they can tuck the stools underneath to keep things streamlined.

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Modern Wood Linen Counter Bar Stool
Backless Seat Pub Wood Legs Bar Stool
24″ / 29″ Set of 2 Saddle Seat Bar Stools

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