With unobstructed views of the backyard, this nook becomes a pretty spot to sip coffee and enjoy breakfast. A round glass-topped table fits neatly in the corner, while four slipper chairs provide stylish seating.
On the other side of the room, a reclaimed wood table with matching benches creates a cozy breakfast nook. When they're entertaining guests, the owners can add a chair to either end and offer even more seating.
The tan wicker chairs and simple round dining table keep this breakfast nook feeling casual and comfortable. The room maintains an eclectic look, mixing elements like a contemporary drum pendant lampshade with a more traditional dark wood hutch.
In addition to an eat-in island, this spacious kitchen boasts a breakfast nook in the far corner. A large glass pendant centers the space, while a wood table and five chairs ensure that everyone has enough elbow room.
A large-scale, beaded wood chandelier by Regina Andrew draws the eye to the wide windows in this lovely breakfast space, emphasizing the serene outdoor view. Framed by white curtains, the large window allows lots of natural light to fill the space. A natural fiber rug anchors the Restoration Hardware furniture and accentuates the room’s casual vibe.
A closer look at the breakfast nook reveals a round table surrounded by Gustavian-style chairs. The throw over the banquette was designed by Curtis Kulig and nods to the owner's contemporary art collection.
Instead of letting this uniquely-shaped space go to waste, the designers installed a circular banquette and matched it with a round dining table and two chairs. The result? A cozy little breakfast nook where the owners and their kids can share a meal or sit down and review homework together.
Through the dining room, the owners can access the breakfast nook and eat-in kitchen -- a layout that makes entertaining guests practically effortless. While they're prepping dinner, their guests can take their pick of the wishbone-style chairs and have a seat at the reclaimed wood table.
This cottage-style breakfast nook features a Blu Dot Strut dining table in navy lacquer, white chairs from Serena and Lily Tucker, and pillows from Home Goods. The space is surrounded by neutral shiplap walls, and a white banquette provides seating next to the window.
Before, the dining nook in this cottage was dim and dingy, with dated finishes that failed to take advantage of the room's natural light. Now, a built-in window seat serves as a banquette for a charming breakfast space. The all-white backdrop reflects light and makes colorful pillows and accessories pop.
Practicality is a priority for this small breakfast area next to the kitchen. The custom alder table can be extended to seat up to 10 and the bench was built with space maximization in mind. The acrylic slip cover even repels liquids and is easy to wash.