I guess you’ve never thought to put a sofa in your kitchen, but it’s actually a great alternative to bench seating in a breakfast nook. Putting a sofa in the kitchen is a comfy alternative to bar chairs and dining chairs. Kitchen sitting area – a great spot for a cup of coffee (or a coctail). This beautiful Arts and Crafts house built in 1887 was impressive, high ceilings, beautiful big spacious rooms full of light and original wood panelling. Putting armchairs against walls is a great way to make good use of a smaller space.
The owners found this new spot for the kitchen and it was like walking into a very cool restaurant or old school dining hall. Big double doors and leather club chairs for relaxing in the sun, a skinny long refectory table with an assortment of old school chairs and benches looked just the part. A bank of four of the pantry cupboards, sat against the back wall, they are big deep cupboards, housing a full height fridge and freezer and two pantries, yet in this kitchen they were understated and perfectly proportioned.
When it comes to arranging furniture in a room, most people will come up with one or two ideas about how they want the furniture placed. Where you place your furniture in a room will instantly set the tone for how you’ll live in that room. Here are must-know tips for arranging spaces. People are putting comfy chairs and sofas in their kitchens. Putting an armchair in your kitchen is officially a thing. Is it time to go beyond bar stools and dining chairs? Arts and Crafts Kent Kitchen, deVOL Kitchens.