Breakfast bars are a great way to create an informal eating area in your kitchen. Take a look at some of the designs on this page and see how you can get your own take on this design classic.

They work equally well on islands and peninsulas. If you have a peninsula kitchen then use a different material, shape or height for your bar to help it stand out from your worktop.

Lastly, make sure to plan your breakfast bar around the centrepiece of your kitchen – whether that’s your cooker, lighting, or even a flat screen TV.


Great ideas for kitchen breakfast bars

Milton Oak and Alabaster - Twenty 5 Design kitchen

Milton Oak and Alabaster

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Twenty5 Design, Wakefield

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Broadoak Painted  - Anglia Interiors kitchen

Broadoak Painted

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Anglia Interiors Ltd, Kempston

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Inzo (matt beige) - Loline Interiors kitchen

Inzo (matt beige)

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Loline Interiors, Biggleswade

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Porter Beige & Avant Ebony - C&C Kitchens kitchen

Porter Beige & Avant Ebony

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: C & C Kitchens Ltd, Cheshunt

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Avant Ebony - Chappelsons kitchen

Avant Ebony

Budget: £20k and over

Designed & Installed by: Chappelsons, Horsham

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Broadoak Ivory & Oak - Purple Kitchens kitchen

Broadoak Ivory & Oak

Budget: £16k - £20k

Designed & Installed by: Purple Kitchens Ltd, Maghull

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