Pinterest Picks: Breakfast Bars


Breakfast Bar

Breakfast bars are all the rage, for giant family kitchens to small apartments. We pick some of our recent favourites from our Pinterest Page.

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This breakfast bar works so well. As a room divider from the living area but also as a great place to perch while chatting with the busy chef or over a cup of mid-morning coffee.

The bookshelves at the end are a nice touch. The ideal place to tuck away the cookbooks or even some mason jars.

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Image Credit: Pinterest

 Good use of a small space

This smart idea for a tiny apartment came from the owner’s local cafe.

A simple IKEA shelf and brackets across the window plus some bright stools creates a great spot to have a cup of tea and a piece of toast while watching the early morning world go by…

Even a renter could get away with the couple of screw holes this needs to put up.

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Image Credit: Pinterest 

Wheely Bar

This next one is equally simple to assemble but so practical. Bit of scaffolding and a wood worktop offcut from IKEA creates this moveable breakfast bar.

Have it facing the kitchen when your friends are round, or push it up against the window for breakfast with a view.

You can even push it out the way when you want more space or stick it in another room.

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Image Credit: Pinterest 

Bench It

This is unique, something we haven’t seen before. Instead of bar stools, an upholstered bench seat in a stunning striped pattern.

A little heavy to pull in and out perhaps but looks spectacular.

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Image Credit: Pinterest

Winning Windows

This one is our favourite by far.

Not only does it feature a beautiful white-speckled marble worktop, shaker cabinets and padded bar stools – it has a fabulous bench seat in the window.

Perfect for a warm cup of coffee in the morning when you’ve not quite ready to face the day.

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Image Credit: Pinterest

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