Eat-in kitchens combine the enjoyment of preparing meals, dining together, and entertaining all in one location. With today’s hectic pace, eat-in kitchens are a wonderful home base for all. Kitchens tend to be one of the most highly trafficked rooms in a home. The Amish Craftsman Team has tips on how to avoid that dreaded “crowded kitchen” feeling by optimizing space and maximizing your storage. Read on for more!
Cozy kitchen nooks make the most of any size space you’re working with. Because these nooks take up significantly less space than a traditional table and chairs, your family can dine together comfortably. Handcrafted Amish kitchen nooks with built-in storage help make up for some of that space your eat-in kitchen might be lacking.
Expandable benches are a brilliant space saving option. Our Amish crafted Extend-A-Benches start at a custom base size (such as 48″) and come with up to three 16” leaves and a leaf holder! Extend-A-Benches easily accommodate gatherings of all sizes! When you’re done dining, simply store the extra leaves to save space and enable a more efficient traffic flow through your kitchen.
Smart storage means re-thinking how your kitchen furniture works for you. Is it working hard enough?
Not all kitchen tables are made the same and here at The Amish Craftsman, our tables can be customized with drawer storage space for placemats, serving ware, and more! This allows you to have extras conveniently tucked away with easy access. Our Amish Builders also craft tables incorporating Butterfly Leaves. These leaves fold together and store inside of the table. In many cases, tables can store up to two of them.
Design Tip: Look up! Don’t forget overhead space. Hanging pot racks can free up space in your kitchen.
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Share your space saving advice with The Amish Craftsman Community below. How do you keep your kitchen (no matter what size) under control?