Do Corner Kitchen Nooks Have to Be Up Against a Wall?

Save
Next Video:
How to Make My Kitchen Feel Cozy & Warm Using Black....5

In most kitchens, the corner kitchen nook is up against a wall. Find out if corner kitchen nooks have to be up against a wall with help from a registered interior designer in this free video clip.

Part of the Video Series: Kitchen Design
Promoted By Zergnet

Comments

Video Transcript

Today, I'm going to answer the question, does a breakfast nook have to be up against the wall? Traditionally, in today's homes, the architect or the contractor has designed the kitchen to where the breakfast nook ends up in a window or up against the wall. However in today's modern kitchens the eat in island has taken the place of the traditional breakfast nook. As you can see here we have two place settings. This amounts to diners to participate in the cooking process as well as communicate with the person preparing the meal. Whether you are designing a new island or reconfiguring your existing one always allow two feet per diner. That is one foot in each direction from the centerline of each place setting. This will make for a more comfortable eating experience. So until next time have a great day.

Featured

Related Searches

M
Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!