Add a tablecloth and centerpiece to your breakfast area. Seattle firm Judith Wright Design dressed up the homeowner’s original table with a tablecloth and florals to coordinate with the cushions she put on banquette in this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association winner. Acrylic chairs add glam (often, new acrylic furniture is affordable) without hindering the view of the banquette.
An exterior shot of this tiny slice of paradise showcases the floor-to-ceiling windows and the front door trimmed in white. Semicircular planted areas feature short shrubs that add appeal without taking over the exterior of the house. The black paint is a bold finish against the lush, natural surroundings.
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.
Full-length windows and sliding glass doors invite indoor-outdoor living and display stunning views of Vero Beach in the dining room. White slipcovered chairs pair with a natural wood dining table for a stylish, contemporary look.
Bright pops of orange bring fun energy to this media room. Full-length windows showcase outstanding views of Seattle and fill the space with lots of natural light. Doubling as a music room, the space is a great place to chill and entertain.
A wide, full-length window opens up to bring in fresh air to the charming country-style dining room with striking views of the rural countryside. Neatly arranged dishware and knick knacks on the buffet add a personalized touch to the inviting, casual space.
Full-length windows fill this transitional dining room with natural light. A yellow-and-tan striped sofa offers a unique dining seating option, while comfortable upholstered chairs surround the remaining sides of the glass-covered table. A glass lantern-like light fixture hangs above the table to complete the neutral design.