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Kitchen Tables For Small Spaces With Big Personalities

So you have a small kitchen. While this is not ideal, don’t bear yourself up too much. You’re lucky to live in a time when there’s a solution for every problem, actually a lot of different ones in this particular case. Just because a kitchen is small doesn’t have to mean it’s impractical too. With the right distribution of elements, the right proportions and the right selection of functions, materials, finishes and colors, you can maximize your kitchen’s functionality and even have room for a small table which you can use for various different purposes. I’ve actually been looking for the right kitchen table for quite some time and today could finally be the day I choose one. Let’s have a look at some of the options.

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It would be foolish to say there’s always room for a table in the kitchen. Sometimes a kitchen is simply too small for that, most of the time at least. A bad layout may prevent you from putting a permanent table in your small kitchen but a fold-down one might be the perfect alternative. Also, you can mount the table directly onto one of the walls to save some space. Every inch matters.{found on paglialongastudio}.

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Drop-leaf tables are super practical in small kitchens and small homes in general and keep in mind that not all drop-leaf tables are big when they expand. In fact, think of this style as a way to make a small table even smaller.{found on fbphotography}.

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I personally find cocktail tables with round tops and pedestal bases to be the best option for small kitchens. They’re small and versatile enough to fit in corners or to look great in the middle of the room and they have this lightweight appearance which maintains an airy and spacious feel throughout the kitchen.{found on concrete-beton}.

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A kitchen can be tiny but if it’s open and part of a large floor plan, it doesn’t feel that small after all. A small table with two chairs can ensure a seamless transition between the kitchen and living area. Consider a tall table and bar stools if you want to put an emphasis on their sleek lines and on the verticality of the space.{found on rencontreunarchi}.

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A low little table can look super cute in the kitchen. Just look how adorable this white one is. Those plushy, button-tufted chairs are the perfect fit for it. Actually, this table has a very simple and straight-forward design and that makes it a great candidate for a DIY project. Perhaps you’d like to replicate the design one of these days.{found on michaelanoelledesigns}.

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If you plan on putting your kitchen table in the corner of the room, you might as well make the most of that space. Consider a built-in corner bench, perhaps even one with storage underneath. A round pedestal table could be a perfect fit and you could also add two chairs on the other side.

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A corner with a window is an ideal space for a cozy kitchen nook. The window prevents you from putting furniture on that wall anyway. You could even fit a triangular ledge or shelf right in the corner to use as a side table or as a display surface for framed photos, flower vases or for herb planters.{found on lauralakindesign}.

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A lot of homes these days have open plan living areas where the kitchen, dining room and lounge area share a single open space. In this context, the kitchen table can also be the dining table and vice versa. It does however also mean that there’s no room for an island in the equation.{found on mangodesignco}.

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If you want to give your kitchen feel cozy and comfortable, a table and some chairs or a loveseat can help you achieve that. You don’t need a large kitchen for that. Try to find the right arrangement and furniture layout and keep the decor simple.{found on emilymccall}.

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Another way of integrating a table in the kitchen without making the space feel small or cluttered is by opting for a table with a transparent glass top. In this scenario it’s either the tables base or the chairs that stand out.{found on genassembly}.

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