A 100+ year old bungalow in a very historical neighborhood. This home had not been remodeled in many years. The challenge was to bring it up to date with modern conveniences without losing the cozy feel. This old sun porch was converted into a breakfast room.
This eat-in kitchen features a fabulous view of the gardens while keeping the modern design of the existing architecture. The round kitchen table is the perfect place for a family to gather throughout the day.
A cluster of wire-cage pendant lights hangs over a dark wood round kitchen table in this cozy Country breakfast nook. The space is filled with natural light, thanks to adjustable plantation shutters. Nearby chalk paint calendars make it easy to keep track of busy schedules.
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 spacious layout of this kitchen includes room for a glass round table, just right for casual gatherings. Three levels of lighting—recessed ceiling lights, mid-level pendants and task lighting under the cabinets—makes an all-around friendly glow.
Designing a room that's mostly or all white ensures you'll have a room that always feels streamlined and clutter-free. This modern eat-in kitchen features expansive counter space, hardwood floors and a cozy round kitchen table for four. The landscape just out the large sliding glass door brings nature and color into the room.
A rustic round wood table surrounded by white Eames dining chairs creates an interesting mix in this transitional eat-in kitchen. A cluster of small globe pendant lights illuminates the dining area and complements the neutral walls.
A round glass dining table adds seating capacity without hindering the visual flow of this contemporary dining space. A mosaic tile backsplash in the kitchen accentuates the upscale cabinetry and the elevated ceiling, and a large island provides food prep and casual dining space.
Natural light illuminates this eat-in kitchen with neutral dining chairs positioned around a round dining table. The bay window area is painted a sage green, while neutral valances line each window. A natural wood chandelier hangs from the exposed beam ceiling.
The kitchen, designed by Chip Wade of HGTV's hit show Elbow Room, has created a lot of elbow room for the Williams family. The curved countertop adds a perfect nook for a rounded kitchen table with room to seat the family. The study area in the corner makes the perfect place for the Williams kids to study and do their homework, while the brick oven and modern appliances make the kitchen any chef's dream.