Update Your Eat-In Kitchen with Amish Furniture

Many modern homes these days favor a comfortable, casual eat-in kitchen, rather than the traditional formal dining room that can be found in older homes. If you’re thinking about updating your home’s eat-in kitchen, consider furnishing it with some of these beautiful, handmade pieces from Carriage House Furnishings – perfect for a busy home and a busy kitchen that’s used for cooking, eating, entertaining, and hanging out.

 

If you’re short on space, try our 42” round pub table with shaker legs. This table is great for smaller spaces, and can be a multifunctional surface for kitchens with small countertops. You can keep two chairs at the table, or add two more to comfortably seat friends and family.

 

Some of our most popular pieces are our islands, which are available in a number of different dimensions. If you need some extra counter top space in your kitchen, check out our 6 door kitchen island. An ideal option for adding surface space for cooking and dining, this beautiful, sturdy island also gives you a ton of extra storage. Complete the space with a few stools, like our hickory saddle barstools, to create a cozy space to eat and relax. Islands are a great addition to any eat-in kitchen, especially if you don’t have the space to add a full table. With the addition of a couple of bar stools, you’ll transform your regular kitchen into an eat-in kitchen, with extra storage and plenty of counter space.

 

If you’re furnishing a larger space, take a look at our hutches, like the two door hutch with glass doors. Not only will this piece give your eat-in kitchen a rustic and more traditional dining area ambiance, you’ll benefit from tons of added storage in the lower and upper cabinets, as well as a bit of extra counter space.

 

Stay tuned for more updates on all the Amish furniture pieces available at Carriage House Furnishings!

 

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