Pops of yellow bring life to this charming breakfast room. A niche on one side of the room features built-in cabinets to store serverware and dishes, and a small flatscreen TV keeps guests informed during the morning hours.
This breakfast room was designed to accomodate the family without crowding the kitchen. The sleek oval table is a cool alternative to the standard round table. Vibrant bistro style chairs in a fun navy and white pattern create a casual feel. A built-in banquette adds additional seating.
This 100+ year old bungalow in an historical neighborhood had not been remodeled in many years. The challenge was to bring it up to date with modern conveniences without losing the cozy feel. The old sun porch was converted into a breakfast room with room to seat eight.
Vicente Wolf’s “Dreaming Room” is a sanctuary far removed from the room’s original ambiance. Energetic purple walls and rows of greenery light up this design, while Kohler’s Ceric soaking tub, a reminder to relax, lies front and center. Here, Wolf manages to bring juxtaposing elements—ying and yang; interior and exterior; reality and fantasy—into one warm space.
The dashing breakfast room is papered in a teal stripe alongside whitewashed floors and molding. Red currant drapes add warmth to the space, while the well-appointed antiques are balanced with a trio of colorful paintings.
This breakfast room is cozy and fresh thanks to vibrant bistro style chairs, built-in seating, and a modern table. An eclectic mix of patterned blue and white pillows add some coziness and charm to the built-in banquette, upholstered in durable navy Sunbrella fabric for easy clean-up.
Wood beams on the ceiling of this breakfast room add visual interest and provide scale for the space. The large chandelier draws your attention and the speaking of attention-getting - take a look at those orange chairs!
A solid steel dining table with attached seats is designed to withstand anything the grandkids can throw at it. The custom-made light fixture above the breakfast room mixes rustic and industrial styles. Antique birdhouses add character to the wood-paneled walls.
Set on one of the highest points in Bedford, NY this home offers breathtaking views of Bedford and the Hudson River. From this octogonal breakfast room one has 30 mile views across all of Bedford and over the Hudson River to three states!
For a light and fresh look in this breakfast room, the designers opted for a distressed wood-and-metal table paired with cafe chairs. The banquette's green accent pillows help tie the area in with the nearby family room, that also features pops of green. Table and chairs: Restoration Hardware
Habachy Designs wanted to create depth through texture. The chandelier is made from natural Nguni cow horn in Africa, the table is made of solid wood and clad in antique brass and textured. The dining chairs have a clean, modern silhouette but are slipcovered to give a more casual look. The atom bowl holding succulents is made of iron and hand-crafted which gives it more character. Accessories throughout the space are artifacts and imported pieces from Africa and Asia. The vintage lion door knocker was an accessory that was found, custom mounted and had a stand built specifically to showcase the piece on the mantel.