A fresh heirloom glam design style gives new life to this outdated kitchen, making it more functional and better suited to entertain friends. A new Carrera tile backsplash, a chandelier, seating area and more counter space create a dramatic new space.
White and wood details give this small eating nook character and charm. The dining table's white tabletop provides a stark contrast against the rich wood legs, which have wheel casters to make furniture arranging a cinch.
A built-in banquette lines the corner of this eating nook, providing plenty of seating for casual dining. On the opposite end of the modern space, built-in cabinetry supplies ample storage. A large window showcases stunning views of San Francisco.
A wood countertop continues out from the kitchen to create an eat-in area with built-in wine storage underneath. White and light wood elements keep the space bright and simple. Burnt orange barstools pull up to the counter to provide seating for dining or working. Fruit and flowers add color to the space.
On one end of this functional kitchen, a breakfast nook gives the family a great place to enjoy a morning meal or host a small gathering, and with its proximity to the kitchen, preparing, serving and enjoying food with friends and family is a breeze.
Exposed wooden beams in white allow for bold pops of color in this contemporary Craftsman eat-in kitchen with a small dining nook. Starburst pendant lights hang above the kitchen island with orange barstool seating, paired perfectly with the geometric tile backsplash and cushioned dining bench.
To maximize the seating in the eating nook in this kitchen, designers installed unique benches that surround the circular table. These benches can be moved and rearranged when the homeowners desire, creating a customizable space.
This light and bright kitchen remodel includes a pairing of oak and painted blue cabinets with a white subway tile backsplash and wide plank hardwood floors. A cozy breakfast nook includes a reclaimed wood table, bench and stool seats, and a geometric metal chandelier. Recessed lighting illuminates the space.
A modular banquette with storage beneath fits perfectly into the eating nook built into this contemporary kitchen. The orange cushion adds color against the white walls and table. A crystal chandelier brings a feminine touch to the space.
Neutral gray paint and plum-colored wallpaper on an adjacent wall bring drama and texture to this small eating nook. Three wicker chairs complement the cozy square table, which is functional for eating and entertaining under a soft birdcage pendant light.
A built-in banquette and contemporary round table turn a corner into a friendly and stylish eating nook. Graphic prints on the accent pillows and artwork mimic the metalwork of the table and bring fun visual life to the space.
This eat-in kitchen features a charming breakfast nook with a round white wooden table and classic cane back dining chairs. An oversized metallic pendant light hangs above the table, adding an industrial vibe, while a gray and white striped rug is positioned underneath. Picture frame moldings enclose framed photographs.
The owners of this Atlanta townhome wanted a look that married their modern and steampunk style preferences. The steampunk look is especially prevalent in the eating nook, thanks to an ornate mirror frame that was painted black and a leather-covered love seat.
Make a monochromatic statement in an eating nook--this one abuts the kitchen cabinets--with a curated collection of plates. Designer Jennifer Foster with Eanes Foster Design found these old platters and round plates at an antiques store, and buying some in small sizes also saved money.