Dine-In Kitchens

Move the table closer to the food! Whether your kitchen is large or small, adding a table in the center can make for more family time and serve as an additional prep area when cooking. This could become a breakfast nook for busy mornings or the place for every meal. During dinner parties, it allows you to still enjoy guests while preparing food, or the guests can help out! Even if you have another dining room, dine-in kitchens are a informal and convenient for weeknight dinners. After all, the kitchen really is where the heart is.

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Dine in Style Kitchen with Brick Floors and Wood Beams

Mix wood textures in the kitchen via Scout & Nimble

The chairs add interest to this kitchen via Scout & Nimble

Increase family time by putting your table closer to the chef! via Scout & Nimble

Dining Table in Kitchen | Design by Commune Design | photography Corey Walter

A combination of rustic and industrial style with wood and stainless steel via Scout & Nimble

Love the Black Tolix Chairs via Scout & Nimble

Classic black and white kitchen with a patterned backsplash via Scout & Nimble

This kitchen design mixes wood and colored tiles via Scout & Nimble

Two Small Breakfast Tables in the Kitchen via Scout & Nimble

Instead of an island, bring a table into the kitchen via Scout & Nimble

Dine In Kitchen with Dining Table as Island | Design by Tommy Smythe | photography Michael Graydon

What do you think of this idea?  Would you bring your dining table into your own kitchen?  We wanna hear!

Featured Image: Eric Olsen Design

Photo Credits:  LOFT, via, Schwartz & Architecture, Jute Home, Kurt Johnson Photography, Commune Design via Remodelista, Ryan Street & AssociatesWills Company, Lilly Bunn, Alvarez Homes, David Bader, MN Builders, Tommy Smythe via House & Home