To give this open space between the living room and eat-in kitchen practical use, it was designed as a casual, colorful breakfast nook. A round table and round rug keep traffic flowing easily between the two main spaces. Anytime you’re working with a boxy space, consider adding rounded pieces to soften the hard lines.
This paneled kitchen is the picture of clean-lined, modern efficiency. Integrated appliances leave the space uncluttered, and cabinetry extends to the ceiling to make maximum use of space. A modern breakfast table extends from the island, lit by a showstopping globe pendant that connects to the lines in the fun sliding door.
This traditional kitchen has a place for everything, including a built-in desk for homework and a casual breakfast table. An intricate glass-front cabinet reaches the ceiling and draws the eye upward to the gorgeous exposed wooden ceiling beams.
Large windows provide warm light and a woodland view to this breakfast area. S H Frank & Company leather chairs complement walnut flooring, while the round candle chandelier mirrors the circular breakfast table creating an inviting space for morning coffee and overlooking the aspens and spruces outside.
This beautiful, open kitchen features light green walls, white cabinets and a dark green, circular dining table. Wrought iron pendant lights and a copper range hood complement the black and brown tile backsplash. White upholstered chairs around the dining table and neutral bar chairs at the island provide plenty of seating options to enjoy the inviting space.
A massive multifunctional kitchen island provides ample room for entertaining in this white and wood kitchen designed by Keira Burgess. At the end of the island sits a built-in counter height table, perfect for breakfasts or informal dinners.
The smallest details become major players in the design of this sweet breakfast nook because of the crisp contrasts at work: Black accent pillows pick up the color in the table stand and even the pendant to make a striking statement.
For a busy family, the pounded steel top of this breakfast nook's trestle table is practically indestructible and will patina with age. Seating is eclectic, comfortable and casual. Bowls mounted on the wall add an unexpected whimsical pop of color.
The cozy breakfast nook in the 2009 HGTV Dream Home includes a whimsical pumpkin-colored pedestal dining table surrounded by rattan chairs. The space is bathed in natural light pouring in from the full-length windows.