In winter, there’s nothing better than huddling around the kitchen table with friends, eating lots of soup. Sometimes, it’s by playing cards or doing jigsaw puzzles that we relearn the art of being indoors – or at least taking a break from technology – and it takes the perfect eat-in kitchen as the backdrop to make it happen.
This is the kind of kitchen you feel like you could move right into. Large enough for a family but cozy enough for a singleton or couple, the bright colors chase away January and February’s dark spirits.
This kitchen looks like it’s just waiting for a party, a group to push back the chairs, put steaming Dutch ovens on trivets and pop the cork on several good bottles of red. Bring it on, we say!
Sometimes a seating nook is just the ticket. This striped banquette enlivens the corner of this sunny yellow kitchen.
Tin farmhouse lights add whimsy and brightness to this small kitchen. The stainless steel island and stools give it an appealingly industrial edge.
A London Tube line sign presides over a kitchen that is both elegant and comfortable. Each element is honed to its purest form, from the marble counters and backsplash to the workhorse range and schoolhouse stools. It keeps the room focused on shape rather than color, giving it an architectural style.
Modern white pantry cabinets flank a settee-sized bench in front of a charming diner-style table. Settle in with the Times and Eggs Benedict on Sunday morning and you may not want to leave all week.
Charmed by these eat-in kitchens? Repaint yours now!