At the moment staying safe means staying at home. You may have already been working from home for a while, only going out for essential shopping or exercise. This means you’ve spent a lot of time in your kitchen. Instead of having lunch or dinner out, you’ve been able to practise your cooking skills.

With the extra time spent in your kitchen, you may have noticed things you wanted to change. This could be your kitchen worktop or even your cupboard handles. But one thing that can transform your kitchen is a breakfast bar worktop.

In this blog, we’re going to talk about which breakfast bar worktop is right for you and your kitchen. Whether you already have one installed or are looking to transform your entire kitchen, here are some reasons to plan for a kitchen breakfast bar worktop:

What’s the Difference Between a Worktop and a Breakfast Bar Worktop?

A kitchen breakfast bar worktop is a part of your home where you can prepare food and also use as a dining table. It is the perfect community space in any home. A breakfast bar worktop could have storage drawers or be a minimalist surface. The choice is yours. 

With a breakfast bar, you can pull up a matching stool and use it as a table. This way you can save space while also adding a stylish new worktop surface into your kitchen. You also have the option to include matching stool designs that add to the complete look of your home, not only your kitchen. You have a range of different high-quality materials to choose from.

What is the Right Size For a Breakfast Bar Worktop?

There is no uniform size that is right for everyone. You have a range of choices of how to install your breakfast bar worktop, including the size. You can use a kitchen island as a breakfast bar worktop, adapt an existing kitchen worktop, or have one built from scratch.

The only limit to the size of the surface is the size of your kitchen. As well as your personal preference for the design. Our team will craft a bespoke option that is not just great as a bar top but also as an adaptable worksurface. We recommend you have at least a 300mm depth for your breakfast bar. This is so you have room for seating, such as stylish stools or chairs, as well as storage.

Our team at Martin Thompson Joinery can help you to find the right breakfast bar for you and your kitchen. We offer bespoke, made to measure kitchen worktop options purpose-built for you. This way you can ensure you get the perfect worktop surface for your kitchen.

Thank you for reading this month’s blog on how to choose the perfect breakfast bar worktop for your home. To find out more, give us a call today:

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