A light-filed dining nook features a breathtaking view of the lushly landscaped pool and backyard of this Naples, Florida, home. The dining table, large enough to seat six, echoes the curves of the room and fits perfectly into the space. Gold-framed artwork picks up the botanical theme of the upholstery and ties to the home's tropical setting.
Since the pedestal is centered under the table, it offers more space around the table to accommodate chairs. And in great rooms heavily used by children, the round table’s lack of corners is a great help in regard to safety.
A geometric painting on canvas sets the color palette for this breakfast area with the bamboo plant and brown furniture echoing the green and brown hues. The etched glass chandelier, circular rug and round table with chairs visually balance each other with their similar shapes and anchor the room.
A kitchen breakfast nook should be a refreshing place to start the day -- and this one doesn't disappoint! Striped cornice window treatments bring a brightness and whimsy. The circular rug makes the space feel contained and cozy. And flowers, as always, add cheer to a space.
The tan wicker chairs and simple round dining table keep this breakfast nook feeling casual and comfortable. The room maintains an eclectic look, mixing elements like a contemporary drum pendant lampshade with a more traditional dark wood hutch.
A large-scale, beaded wood chandelier by Regina Andrew draws the eye to the wide windows in this lovely breakfast space, emphasizing the serene outdoor view. Framed by white curtains, the large window allows lots of natural light to fill the space. A natural fiber rug anchors the Restoration Hardware furniture and accentuates the room’s casual vibe.
Instead of letting this uniquely-shaped space go to waste, the designers installed a circular banquette and matched it with a round dining table and two chairs. The result? A cozy little breakfast nook where the owners and their kids can share a meal or sit down and review homework together.
On the other side of the kitchen's peninsula, guests will find a breakfast nook filled with natural light. A curved, built-in banquette makes the most of this round corner, while three gray slipper chairs provide even more seating around the table.
Reclaimed wood on the island mixes with sleek stainless steel and mod glass tile, creating a kitchen with rustic-industrial flair. A drum shade pendant offers filtered light above the round breakfast table, and wood finishes throughout add warmth to the space.