PHOTOS: Dining booths that totally transform a kitchen
Nothing turns heads quite like beautiful kitchen booths.
Don't believe us? Just look at how these dining booths have transformed kitchens from ordinary into extraordinary.
Doesn't this white leather booth ooze the charm of a 1950s café? We think so, too. It seats a herd of people and provides enough character to serve as the focal point of a kitchen and dining space.
A booth to please the masses
If you're one of those people who loves to host a party, then consider adding this booth to your next home remodel. Needless to say, it's big enough to comfortably seat a family reunion in style.
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Might as well move the TV from the living room, because no one will want to leave this cozy kitchen booth once dinner is over. Seriously, it looks more comfortable than even the swankiest living room set.
Functional kitchens are a family necessity, and this beautifully-crafted booth delivers. Can't you just see your kids plugging away at homework while you're whipping together dinner in the comfort of this small kitchen space?
Space-saving and built-in
We love a good built-in, and this flawlessly-included booth looks perfect against a backdrop of pristine shelves and cabinetry. Too much brown? Add a few colorful pillows to make the luster of the wood shine.
A banquette of color
Nothing says Americana quite like a banquette of shiny vinyl seating. This restaurant-inspired booth is beautiful, durable and comfortable — the best of everything a kitchen has to offer.
Clever coffee corner
If you love the look of a booth but lack a lot of room, look no further than this booth that provides smart use for a forgotten space. It's perfect for a morning cup of coffee, or for plugging away at a work project from the comfort of your home.
An impermanent option
Finally, if you want to try the booth trend but are nervous about a built-in, consider this removable dining booth. It offers the charm of a banquette but without the cost or permanence.
Which booth are you most likely to try in your next home redesign?