To maximize the seating in the eating nook in this kitchen, designers installed unique benches that surround the circular table. These benches can be moved and rearranged when the homeowners desire, creating a customizable space.
Button tufting gets a modern update in this California breakfast room. Striped fabric on the chair back and throw pillows is a nice visual tie-in, and a lampshade-style pendant is stylish and functional. The dark wooden table provides a nice contrast to the light, neutral color palette and gray walls.
This wonderful nook is the perfect area to read or play games. Transparent side chairs add extra seating without taking up any visual space. Designer tip: Have fun mixing a little modern in with classic pieces to create an updated feel.
Once a wasted space in the form of a dated double height covered front door area, this nook is now a treasured retreat. By flooring the once open space and adding a window seat, bookcases and table, this is now a cherished spot to lounge and read a book, do homework or play a game.
The kitchen contrasts hickory wood floors and exposed wood beams with airy details like white walls, countertops and a backsplash. Dome-shaped pendants and angular barstools with round seats are a fun mix of shapes in the open concept space.
Two round four-seat dining tables are a flexible solution for larger gatherings or a more intimate outdoor dinner. From either table, diners can enjoy an unobstructed view of the pool and the river out back.
The gleaming white kitchen has a L-shaped island seating as well as a round glass dining table with seating for four. The large windows allow for amazing ocean views from the kitchen and dining spaces.