This colorful craftsman kitchen features an island repurposed from a dresser in a bright red. Behind the island, which also functions as a breakfast bar, is a small banquette; a great solution for a small eat-in kitchen.
This vibrant orange and gray kitchen banquette offers a prime spot to enjoy the bay window overlooking the backyard. Perennials fabric covers the seat cushions, including the Crate & Barrel Delta chairs. Graphic throw pillows complete the look and coordinate with the Roman shades.
This classic dining table is paired with a custom banquette, creating a cozy dining area within this transitional kitchen. Red curtains add a touch of color to the space, while stainless steel pendant lights add modern flair.
A bench with multiple pillow and two dining chairs provide cozy seating around a table that resembles a tree. The tabletop is made from a large log slice, adding rustic charm to the space. A metal orb-shaped chandelier illuminates this interesting table while natural light streams in from the surrounding windows to keep the space feeling bright.
Designer Karen Soojian supplemented banquette seating in this breakfast nook with two easily movable chairs. The simple, graceful lines of the circular metal chandelier provide lighting without overwhelming the space.
Outer walls slide completely back to join patios with the interior. As the home is in Los Angeles, the weather is (almost) always good enough to take full advantage of the indoor outdoor living possibilities!
An apron sink, weathered hardwood floors and a plank-style ceiling are among the farmhouse details that give this modern-rustic kitchen its charm. A built-in banquette creates a sunny eating area that features functional storage shelves.