A corner banquette just off the kitchen is a convenient place for breakfast and light meals. Here, an L-shaped banquette features nail head trim and a collection of earthenware jugs, animal figurines and plates. The distressed table and checked pillows are classically French country.
French doors and windows fill the entire side wall of this large living room, turning it into a welcoming, light-filled space. In the back corner, a banquette and round table carve out a small breakfast area.
A large island and custom corner banquette offer casual dining options in this transitional kitchen. Gray tiled walls provide welcome contrast with white cabinetry, while the blue-gray island adds a welcome dose of color.
A custom corner banquette and round pedestal table make for a cozy breakfast nook in this gray-tiled eat-in transitional kitchen. Cabinets below provide handy built-in storage, while a pair of stools offers extra seating.
Warm hardwood floors ground this expansive rustic kitchen, which has large windows overlooking the mountains in Whistler, British Columbia. Soft white cabinets provide storage in the space, while a corner banquette and natural wood barstools at the island create cozy dining spots.
This old colonial home had many smaller rooms that were opened up to make the space more usable for a modern day family. Here, a built-in corner banquette anchors a charming breakfast nook, filled with natural light from the large windows.
This modern, open concept kitchen creates an inclusive space for cooking and dining, with its custom, cozy, corner banquette. Wood cabinets and accents continue the modern vibe of the space, while adding an element of warmth that contrasts nicely with the neutral gray color scheme. Bold yellow chairs are a fun touch.