Your breakfast bar is often the center of the kitchen. Not only is the whole room a focal point, but that’s where you entertain and share food with your loved ones. So if you have room to add a breakfast bar, there’s a good chance you’ll do so. Even if you have a kitchenette, you may be able to add a breakfast bar for two people.
Here we’ve rounded up some of the best breakfast bar ideas for every style of kitchen.
1.Traditional Breakfast Bar
This lovely breakfast bar from Maggie Griffin Design is the best blend of modern and traditional design. Built inside the renovated Tudor, this kitchen has a spacious bar with columns modernised by lappu white accents.
2.Sleek and Modern Models
If you’ve ever considered an all-black kitchen, this space from plywood as well as plants the perfect inspiration. Great laced black breakfast bar from natural wooden breakfast benches. Add some artwork and neutral voila!
3.Add a Breakfast Bar
You don’t have enough space for a kitchen island with a breakfast bar? The renovation of these weespacesinteriors is a great alternative as well as creates the perfect place to sip coffee or eat cereal in the morning.
4.Incorporate a Swing
Looking for an out-of-box breakfast bar idea? The stunning contemporary design of this curated garden is unlike any breakfast bar we’ve ever seen. The hanging swing adds a strange layer while the rich marble keeps the space feeling grown-up.
5.Bring in Modern Farmhouse Style
This modern farmhouse kitchen from Erin Williamson Design features a lovely blue and white palette and exposed beams that create a cozy, warm space. The extra-large island is big enough to prepare dinner while guests sit at the bar.
6.Play With Boho Style
This relaxed, welcoming breakfast bar nook from afrobohemianliving is perfect for small spaces and neutral, boho-inspired decor. The space is simple, but not stark and the warm natural materials are inviting and cozy.
7.Dream Up a Luxurious Breakfast Bar
Take your breakfast bar look to the next level with this luxury inspiration from Jules Interiors. The floor-to-ceiling marble bar and the navy blue and gold accents create a hotel bar inspired look that can easily go from day to night. Add a built-in liquor bar to help transition this room from breakfast to cocktail hour.
8.Making Use of the Corner for the Breakfast Bar
Want to make a breakfast bar but not ready to do a whole kitchen renovation? This breakfast corner from Stephanie Hoey Interiors is a great alternative. If you have a spare corner, making a special breakfast place is a great way to add a bit of dining space, even if you have a kitchenette.
9.Embrace Coastal Style
We can’t get enough of this coastal style kitchen from Tyler Karu Design with a breakfast bar big enough for all three meals. The expansive workspace offers three seats and enough counter space for prep.
10.Add in Modern Elements
If you want to create a modern look and feel, adding a few elements into your kitchen may be just what you need. This kitchen from Studio Ten 25 features a neutral, classic kitchen design but the chrome breakfast stools give it a contemporary feel that’s the perfect mix of timeless and new.
11.Opt for Airy Spanish Style
One way to elevate your kitchen breakfast bar look is to add hand-painted tiles like these from White Sands. The pop of pattern adds visual interest to the space as well as helps solidify the breakfast bar as the focal point of the room. Add in the eclectic pendant lights and the exposed beam as well as we would never want to leave this kitchen.
12.Build an Eclectic and Bold Space
Check out this eclectic kitchen with fun breakfast bar from K Shan Design. The amazing blend of styles here gives a pleasant feel as well as creates a happy space. Feel free to play around with your breakfast bar stool for an easy makeover.
13.Test Out Contemporary Scandi
This breakfast bar from houseofchais is not in the kitchen, but rather in its own dining area. The modern Scandinavian design with a rounded edge soft curves and is a refreshing twist on traditional Scandi decor.
14.Love on Modern Cottage Style
The modern cottage style is the sibling of the modern farmhouse look and the kitchen of becca interiors is doing very well. We love the rustic elements and the small tip hat for one or two chairs to give it a comfortable feel when eating.
15.Lean on Neutral and Modern
This modern kitchen from M Starr Design is clean, and perfect for entertaining. It’s open to the living room so you can easily see your guests as you cook and the breakfast bar seating allows them to dissolve comfortably.