The eating area of this modern, yet cozy kitchen is bursting with fun accents that give it an eclectic, collected vibe. The custom banquette's warm wood finish is repeated on the kitchen cabinetry. The brass finish on the modern light fixture is repeated throughout the open concept living space. Yellow Eames-style dining chairs provide a fun punch of color.
Bold draperies and a peacock blue sofa create an eye-catching vignette in this modern breakfast nook. A tufted velvet settee has a curved design that hugs the oval dining table, and three klismos chairs on the opposite side continue that custom fit without blocking the view. A collection of similarly framed prints adds interest on the walls.
Cabinetry extends into the angled breakfast nook of this contemporary kitchen, maximizing storage space and increasing function. Lighting in and under cabinets is another functional and stylish touch. An island featuring Calacatta gold marble countertops with waterfall sides offers added seating.
This 100+ year old bungalow in an historical neighborhood had not been remodeled in many years. The challenge was to bring it up to date with modern conveniences without losing the cozy feel. The old sun porch was converted into a breakfast room with room to seat eight.
This breakfast room is cozy and fresh thanks to vibrant bistro style chairs, built-in seating, and a modern table. An eclectic mix of patterned blue and white pillows add some coziness and charm to the built-in banquette, upholstered in durable navy Sunbrella fabric for easy clean-up.
To allow the homeowners to make the most of their amazing mountain views, they created a sitting area and breakfast nook in the Florida room of this Georgia farmhouse. Similarly to the rest of the house, this Florida room has a neutral color palette and modern design which reflect the countryside around it. Wall to wall windows and elegant French doors allow in tons of natural light, while the colors in the space reflect the green of the trees, making the room feel as if it truly is a part of nature.
Four modern barstools in the kitchen give the homeowners the option of a breakfast bar for a casual dining space. The extra seating could also serve as an extension to the dining room for large parties.
A nearby large open window creates a light, breezy feeling throughout this modern galley kitchen. Brown cabinets provide storage room, while a matching breakfast bar creates the perfect spot for casual ding. White stools with blue and white striped upholstered cushions line the bar,
Habachy Designs wanted to create depth through texture. The chandelier is made from natural Nguni cow horn in Africa, the table is made of solid wood and clad in antique brass and textured. The dining chairs have a clean, modern silhouette but are slipcovered to give a more casual look. The atom bowl holding succulents is made of iron and hand-crafted which gives it more character. Accessories throughout the space are artifacts and imported pieces from Africa and Asia. The vintage lion door knocker was an accessory that was found, custom mounted and had a stand built specifically to showcase the piece on the mantel.
This beautiful kitchen remodel included the addition of a spacious breakfast bar with taupe quartz countertops. Dark wooden stools line one side of the breakfast bar, providing room for casual dining, while white glass pendant lights hang above.
Accent pieces lend vibrant color to this sunny corner. The built-in banquette occupies one end of an open plan kitchen. Bold, yellow Eames-style dining chairs team with fun fabrics on the banquette to liven up the room's otherwise neutral palette. Wood tones bring an earthy touch that warms up the space.
Off the contemporary kitchen, the cozy breakfast area pairs a custom-made soapstone dining table with streamlined upholstered chairs. A vintage Danish chandelier found on eBay brings a mid-century modern touch to the space.