A green color palette flows into this transitional-styled breakfast nook offering cushioned bench seating beneath windows with red and white patterned roman shades. A large pendant light hangs above the antique wooden dining table with upholstered dining chairs.
This cozy breakfast nook features a beadboard accent wall and bright, eye-catching artwork. To make the room feel more spacious, a leaf from the original table was removed and new, smaller chairs were added.
This transitional corner breakfast nook showcases wallpaper with geometric designs paired with white wainscoting and a window with a white roman shade. A minimalist brass pendant light with exposed bulbs hangs above the modern white table with two dark chairs and a green vinyl-covered cushioned bench seat with colorful pillows.
A cluster of globe pendant lights hangs above the breakfast nook table, adding a fresh, modern look to the transitional space. The tufted lavender purple settee injects a sophisticated pop of color, while graphic patterned chairs bring a playful touch to this dining area.
A mix of classic elegance and country casual, this breakfast nook combines a wood dining table with a banquette and armchairs in cheery red and blue patterns. The dark hardwood floor helps anchor the colorful space.
For a busy family, the pounded steel top of this breakfast nook's trestle table is practically indestructible and will patina with age. Seating is eclectic, comfortable and casual. Bowls mounted on the wall add an unexpected whimsical pop of color.
This neutral breakfast nook features a small dining table lined with green and white upholstered chairs and a green velvet banquette seat. The dining area's close proximity to the kitchen allows for easy transition between food preparation and dining.
Like the living room, this breakfast nook comes with a big bay window that overlooks Seattle's Elliot Bay and the Space Needle. Floor-to-ceiling cabinets in this space and the eat-in kitchen ensure that the owners have plenty of storage for their plates, bowls and various appliances.
The eat-in kitchen features a breakfast nook with a circular wooden table and gray lattice back chairs. A circular pendant light hangs above the table, while surrounding windows offer natural light. Wide plank hardwood floors complete the look of the space.
This breakfast area is a cheerful mix of patterns: Bernhardt dining chairs with a graphic back and nailhead trim surround a round Coddington-designed walnut table. A silver leaf iron pendant, roman shades and a Moroccan-print accent rug complete the space. The artwork in the adjoining living room is by Monika Steiner.
With unobstructed views of the backyard, this nook becomes a pretty spot to sip coffee and enjoy breakfast. A round glass-topped table fits neatly in the corner, while four slipper chairs provide stylish seating.
The open-plan living room transitions smoothly into this informal dining area, using the same soft neutral palette. A round pedestal table matches the finish of the hardwood floor, and an arched polished nickel chandelier echoes the arched ceiling of the dining space. Rattan chairs provide durability for the daily wear, giving the transitional space a more casual feel.