39 Eat-In Kitchen Styles for Every Type of Home

Design so good, you'll eat it up.

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Casey Dunn

Formal dining rooms are a lovely addition to a home, but let's be honest, the kitchen is where the majority of eating happens today. Whether you have a modest kitchen fit for a lean breakfast bar or a sweeping space with a grandiose dining display, get inspired by these 39 stylish and functional eat-in kitchen designs from .

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Emily Minton Redfield
A Pop of Color

Try a fun colored table to amp up the style of an otherwise neutral space.

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Andrew Frasz
With French Doors

Separate the space with bold, beautiful French doors.

Design by Kellie Franklin

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Side by Side

Place your dining table next to your island to maximize serving space.

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Werner Straube​
Innovative and Functional

Create a bench using one side of your kitchen island.

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Michael J Lee
Mix and Match

Use a variety of textiles and patterns when sticking to a single color palette.

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Costas Picadas
Central and Side Seating

Create extra seating with a casual side bench.

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Michael Biondo
Sleek and Industrial

Style the same aesthetic across all of your chairs.

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Eric Roth Photography
With a Cozy Nook

Opt for a variety of dining options like this nook, couch, or bar seating.

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Bay Window Seating

Place a round table in front of bay windows to mimic the round, spacious design.

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Casey Dunn
Open and Bright

Add a pop of color with vibrant, eye-catching chairs.

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John Giovanni Photography
Contrasted Crown Molding

Use crown molding and contrasting materials to create a separate dining space from the kitchen.

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Drew Kelly
High and Low

Incorporate both bar stool and table seating for an added variety.

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Robert Benson Photography
Country Chic

Create a focal dining space in the center of the kitchen.

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Simon Upton
Modern and Sophisticated

Keep a uniform style with a duo of the same lighting fixtures.

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Andrew McKinney
Modest and Practical

Style a smaller island in the center of your space to make room for a traditional dining table.

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Elizabeth Watsky Photography
Modern Farmhouse

Add a quaint personal touch like fresh flowers.

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Eric Piasecki
Effortless and Elegant

Go classic with a warm wood table with plenty of seating.

Design by James Michael Howard

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Chris Luker
With Natural Lighting

Opt for an eating area where the natural light shines bright.

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Chi Fang
Long and Lean

Add a modern picnic table for a friendly eating space for the entire family.

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Emily Gilbert
Small and Quaint

Create a quaint nook with a bench and small table.

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Aaron Leitz
Creative and Colorful

Guide the eye to the table with a bold chandelier.

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Megan Chaffin
Small, yet Bold

Shop for a unique table top design for a fun accent to a contemporary space.

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Werner Straube
With a Couch Nook

Choose a small and lean table that fits your space just right.

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Jared Kuzia Photography
Cohesive Color

Connect the kitchen and seating space through one unified paint color.

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Sean Litchfield
21st-Century Country

Add a trio of lights to create a well-lit, welcoming space.

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Mike Kaskel
Multi-faceted

Use a step stool as a multifunctional seat.

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Wicker and Simple

Add wicker chairs for a country touch to a clean and simple space.

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Urban yet Organic

Set your table in front of a window for sweeping views.

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David Duncan Livingston
With a View

Build a breakfast nook in front of bay windows for the perfect place to dine.

Design by Miyuki Yamaguchi Design Studio

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Mitchell Shenker Photography
Plenty of Space

Place your dining table in the corner to maximize your space.

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