To create more counter space, many kitchen remodels opt for a kitchen island. Creating extra storage space and room for prepping, the kitchen island as served as a delighted home addition since the kitchen island first made its appearance in the 1950s. However, more Americans are opting for a kitchen that they can not only cook and prep in, but also entertain in. Instead of a kitchen island, clients are opting for an old-style "eat-in" kitchen table.
Houzz lists tips and tricks on ways to incorporate an eat-in kitchen into your next kitchen remodel project.