This breakfast room was designed to accomodate the family without crowding the kitchen. The sleek oval table is a cool alternative to the standard round table. Vibrant bistro style chairs in a fun navy and white pattern create a casual feel. A built-in banquette adds additional seating.
A color palette of khaki, sage and cream gets an infusion of vivid orange with a contemporary glass pendant light that brightens up this eat-in kitchen. A bistro-style table and chairs provides an eating area without taking up unnecessary space.
Grasscloth wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries and an organic, feathery upholstery pattern bring a down-to-earth element to this otherwise glam space. Mixed metals on the light fixture and table base are a chic combo, creating a bistro-like dining nook that perfectly complements this home's streamlined kitchen.
In the kitchen, one of the first pieces brought into the space was a hutch from Bryan’s great-grandmother. The family heirloom is now the perfect piece to hold china and the couple’s collection of flatware and glasses. The wood elements of the hutch are repeated again in modern cabinetry and a small bistro table.
On the other side of the room, a nook away from the kitchen’s more functional areas, is a study in comfort. A small bistro table flanked by chairs and built-in seating comfortably accommodates the family of four while keeping the space neat and streamlined. A second fireplace features a collection of small busts and other elements set against the ultra-modern geometric wire artwork that adorns the wall. A large plant provides the final touch that makes this curated space feel like a home.