The bar top is often used in the kitchen as a standalone or connected to the rest of the furniture module, so with these ideas and tips we will try to offer different perspectives on such an implementation. As we mentioned in the post about zoning of the living room with a countertop, there are too many options to cover here, so we'll just highlight a few key points.
One of them is its location relative to the main kitchen counter. The main options are two - perpendicular and parallel, but depending on the design decision, it can also be angled, curved or breakable. Apart from design, functionality is no less crucial. If we look at the height of the classic bar, it should be tall enough for a straight drinker to lean on. This is sensitive above the height of the worktop. Most bar stools also adhere to the classic height, but the hydraulic dampers of many models allow for adjustments. Therefore, functionality is crucial - when choosing a kitchen counter, it should be remembered that its additional features should be complemented by the basic.
Width is another important aspect, because if one drink comes with one span, and if food is served on that table besides drinks, it should be wide enough. Independent overhead lighting is also a good choice. Workmanship is very important when it comes to functionality. For food and drink, lacquer coated is enough, but if it is an accessory for hot kitchen utensils, this is not the right solution. All that said, along with the design and design details, means that putting a bar on the kitchen is an idea worth considering. Here are some examples of implementation:

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