For girls who love cooking, I have good news for you. Here are seven lovely kitchen interiors that have kitchen bars in them. While the popularity of kitchen bars have been decreasing lately, kitchen bars still make such a wonderful addition to your kitchen because they can be pretty as well as functional.
The first kitchen interior is very playful and colorful. The walls and most of the kitchen elements, including the kitchen bar itself, are clean white, and this makes the colorful little pieces—like mugs and decorations—stand up even more. The colors are bold, ranging from bright green to red and teal. The kitchen bar is a solid rectangular block with drawers in it. You can use the handles of the drawers to hang towels. Around the kitchen bar stand three bar stools in pastel pink, baby blue, and black colors.
The second kitchen looks less colorful but a little warmer. It is dominated with milder colors such as wooden brown (for the furniture), white (for the walls and the fridge), and dark grey (for the stone tiles on the floor). There are accents of fresh color like bright green and teal on the curtain, cushions, and a piece of the wall above the counters. The kitchen bar here is not very large. It is black and white, and built into their sides are shelves where you can put your cooking utensils. The bar has two wooden stools with cream backs standing opposite each other.
The third kitchen looks very cute and girlish. It is also a little rustic, and the arrangement of the stuffs and the color scheme make it look neat and clean. Almost all the furniture is a combination of white color and a light shade of wood. Pastel colors make a lovely accent. The kitchen bar is right next to the counters, making a U-shaped frame around the kitchen. The bar has solid white body and a wooden top. Two rattan stools stand beside it.
The fourth and fifth kitchens are the simplest and brightest. They are very minimalistic and contemporary, but they are also fresh and elegant.Everything in the fourth kitchen is white except for a strip of lime green of the ceiling beam. The kitchen bar here is long, making a partition between the cooking area and the rest of the space. The two stools standing by the bar have metal legs and transparent seats. The fifth kitchen look similarly minimalistic, but it is rather bigger, and it has a big black vase of flowers and green plants standing on its kitchen bar.
The last two kitchens have two things in common: they are look very modern with a rather business-like look, and they have black and white as their dominant colors, with wood accents. The bar in the first kitchen is placed under the window, with two black office chairs standing beside it. The bar in the last kitchen stands in the middle of the room and is quite big, with at least three black stools standing around it. A big vase full of sunflowers is placed on the bar, cheering the room up.
These kitchen designs clearly remind us of the often undermined might of kitchen bars. Kitchen bars can not only be useful, but also provide a nice touch to your ordinary kitchen. They can improve the architecture and furniture arrangement in your kitchen, as well as sport interesting decorations that light up the space.