Is the eat-in kitchen the new living space for the modern family? We think so and we’re quite sure a counter height table is often the gathering place in that kitchen. Whether it forms a central island for work and dining or is tucked into that neglected spot in the corner, a counter table can add beauty and functionality to any kitchen. Counter tables come in all shapes and sizes and can be made of wood, iron or even acrylic. We’re especially fond of the more expected and ever popular pub style wrought iron counter table. For your inspiration, here is a little tour of counter tables in the kitchen:
A small rectangular counter table is perfect in size and shape for this one-wall kitchen. Aren’t the stools eye catching–so chic and contemporary?
This iron and wood counter table easily accommodates six armless stools–perfect for a contemporary eat-in kitchen, don’t you think?
A traditional style kitchen gets an upgrade with this counter height table and upholstered counter stools.
So sleek and modern and mobile, too. this wood-topped counter table can function for dining and a food prep when needed.
A square counter height table and simple stools in dark wood are ideal for dining in the kitchen. Gray paint on the wall defines the “dining area.”
A charming marble counter height table butts up to the work island in this beautiful black and white kitchen. Sparkling chandelier add a bit of glamour.
For a totally traditional pub style wrought iron counter table that’s ideally suited to the kitchen, the Alexander is gorgeous with a copper top. Curves and swirls abound on this beauty.
Think iron counter tables are all traditional or Old World style? Then, it’s time to think again. The Pinnacle Counter Height Table is all contemporary style. We are smitten by the Pinnacle table with a handsome zinc top. With a very small footprint, this little table is perfect for a kitchen cornerl
Image Sources: Pinterest.com; TimelessWroughtIron.com; BHG.com; Shelterness.com; WhiteRockLifeStyles.com; HGTV.com; StyleAtHome.com; DesireToInspire.com.