Kitchen islands with breakfast bars are the ultimate multitasking addition to any kitchen. When a kitchen island with a breakfast bar isn’t providing a convenient place to catch up on the news or grab a quick meal, it also multitasks as extra countertop space for prep work or homework. Breakfast bars may be the same height as the island counter, or raised up several inches to block the view of kitchen clutter, like unsightly dishes in the sink, appliances and more. Some kitchen islands are a combination between a workspace and a table and they become a sort of hybrid with eye-catching shapes and designs. We have prepared a selection of images of kitchen islands that respect all these criteria. The island is versatile because it can be used as a place to cook and a place for a quick breakfast, for having a glass of wine with friends, food display on a party occasion or a bar area. A few bar stools complete the design and you have a comfortable dining area as well as a practical work space. Add storage, style, and extra seating with a standalone kitchen island.