Located just off the kitchen, this breakfast nook comes with a built-in banquette, bright white chairs and a wooden table. Wallpaper with a gold pattern reflects the natural light and furthers the cheerful design.
White plaster Christmas trees are featured in the breakfast room designed by Meredith McBrearty Interiors for the 2017 Home for the Holidays Designer Showhouse in Atlanta. The trees are on an iconic white Knoll Saarinen tulip table.
In the breakfast nook, designers create a space that popped by using a bold teal and brown striped vinyl fabric for the banquette cushion. By choosing this sort of fabric, the area gets an added bit of style and flair with the easy clean-ability of vinyl.
Crisp white walls and rows of windows keep this transitional breakfast nook as light and airy as possible. Here, the bachelor can take a seat at the table and enjoy coffee with a view, or he can pull back the roman shades for some privacy, too.
A midcentury bench is a fun, unexpected element to this breakfast nook, allowing the littlest members of the family to squish together. A geode-inspired print with pops of yellow anchors the wall, as well as complements the area rug below.
In the corner, three barstools and a bistro table create a cozy spot for sipping coffee and taking in views of the San Francisco Bay. Roman shades complement the chairs and can be raised to bathe this charming nook in morning light.
A white modern farmhouse breakfast area by Atlanta-based Reiner White has a banquette with drawers that hold chargers for phones and tablets so that kids and their friends can do homework and hang out. The custom tables can connect to form one 17-foot table.
The owners of this Atlanta townhome wanted a look that married their modern and steampunk style preferences. The steampunk look is especially prevalent in the eating nook, thanks to an ornate mirror frame that was painted black and a leather-covered love seat.