This pantry, with its bright turquoise wallpaper, is where all the small appliance action happens as well as a bonus refrigerator. A swinging door allows for morning breakfast and coffee to all happen and be shut behind a door.
This old colonial home had many smaller rooms that needed to be opened up and integrated to make the space more usable for a modern day family. Here, a hallway off the breakfast nook houses pantries and the refrigerator.
Bold artwork is the focal point of this breakfast nook containing a round table and contemporary dining chairs. The space is connected to an open kitchen featuring a neutral backlash, concealed refrigerator and marble countertops.
A gray and white breakfast nook gets a punch of color and charm from a custom painting of the homeowners and their sweet dog. The built-in bench is a homey touch; the marble table, hardwood floors and symmetrical arrangement keep the space feeling streamlined and elegant. The space also takes over some of the functions of the counterpart kitchen, featuring an espresso maker, a bar area and a wine refrigerator.
Host happy hour in this fun bar area that looks into the living room and has a counter-height bar table, beverage refrigerator and sink to answer all the cocktail requirements. During the day, presto, chango...it's a breakfast nook!
A clean and organized dry bar is a great option for a small nook. Here, a wine refrigerator and cabinet create the base of the bar. Above, built-in shelving and glass-front cabinets provide wine bottle and glass storage.
Carve out a display nook. If you’re removing doors, take them off of the cabinets above your refrigerator or microwave to create a shelf for displaying favorite platters, dinnerware and bakeware. Designers often group white items together for an expensive look, even with affordable dinnerware.
The light and bright look of this kitchen is given a bold contrast with the lower black cabinets. A white herringbone backsplash and Calcutta marble countertops give a luxurious finish to the design. A window fixed between the built in cabinetry brings natural light into the space. A stainless steel refrigerator rests in a fitted nook.
This double bowl kitchen sink is set in a gray marble countertop and features a two faucet set up. Floating shelves match the countertop for a light and cohesive look over the white subway tile backsplash. The sink nook is settled between stainless steel refrigerators, leaving the floor space open for maximum room.