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Best kitchen breakfast bar counter design ideas for open kitchen design 2021 Open concept kitchen design ideas kitchen Breakfast bars are the perfect complement to today’s popular open floor plans by allowing for easy interactions and casual gatherings. Whether considered a breakfast bar, island or peninsula, this extension of cabinets, countertop and sometimes sink or appliances, serves as a visual foil between the kitchen and other living spaces while maintaining a sense of openness. This kitchen workhorse also provides much needed storage and counter space in what is arguably the busiest room in the house from both a functional and social standpoint. And of course, the breakfast bar serves as an additional eating area, particularly for quick and casual meals – like breakfast! Breakfast Bar Height Options Generally, there are three standard height options for breakfast bar counters: 30 inches, 36 inches and 42 inches above the floor. Within these parameters, the counter height is often staggered so that the work area is either higher or lower than the portion intended for eating, depending on the individual application. To provide an accessible kitchen, the counter workspace should be at least 30 inches wide and countertops are in the range of 28 to 34 inches above the floor. However, there is no one-size-fits-all solution and in fact, varied counter heights may be the best solution for meeting the needs of different people.




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