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Five Epic Products to Transform Your Eat-In Kitchen


Must Have Products for an Eat-In Kitchen
Construction officially started on our condo yesterday. While we’re on a budget, I have admittedly spent countless hours already browsing dream furniture to outfit the empty kitchen and living area.

Growing up, I’d eat every meal at the kitchen counter, and groan when asked to move to the table for some modicum of propriety. Mind you, this was just the table within the kitchen, not even the never-used dining room table.

Perhaps it’s age, but now I get excited at the thought of furnishing an eat-in kitchen. You still can be where the action is, yet sit down with your friends and family for a lovely dinner together. Since you’re still in the kitchen, keep the color of your cabinets, backsplash, and tiles in mind when shopping for the eat-in dining area. I love a great statement light, and bold, complementary pieces like the ones below.

1. Random light, black – This amazingly lightweight orb by Dutch designer Bertjan Pot is made of flexible resin drained yarn that is actually quite durable to the touch. I would make it the focus of the room, allowing it to dictate the aesthetic of the rest of the pieces. Comes in white, too.
2. Chartreuse translucent chair – Functional and cute, this chair comes in a variety of solid and translucent shades. Get two to mix around a table, or stick with one theme. I love the chartreuse as a contrast to the black Random light!
3. Valspar paint in “Blithe” – I love Valspar paint, which comes in incredibly rich, vibrant hues. This electric blue would make an unexpected accent wall, and complement the other elements for a modern flair.
4. Pepper Shaker Kitchen Cabinets – Our Pepper Shaker door style is a deep chocolate, mixing classic with modern. Made from a solid birch frame, this style is sturdy and chic. Don’t be afraid to mix blacks and dark browns for some dimension as they are both neutral hues!
5. Saarinen Dining Table – This simple iconic table by Eero Saarinen is done in a rosewood veneer, that mixes and matches with the dark kitchen cabinets. Mixing different woods can actually be result in a layered effect, provided you don’t introduce more than two or three types in one room.

Which pieces would you have in your dream eat-in kitchen? Share your own epic ideas in the comments.

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I think I’m going to go broke from buying all of these products!


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