Can't you just imagine sipping coffee and reading the newspaper against a wall of windows? This modern breakfast nook makes the dream a reality; a black leather banquette and gray armchairs offer comfortable seating around the sleek dining table.
The kitchen's herringbone floors extend into the breakfast nook, making the two spaces feel cohesive. With a gray velvet banquette and three matching dining chairs, this side of the room is cozy yet sophisticated.
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.
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 trio of Nelson Bubble Lamps designed by a mid-century design super star George Nelson makes a bold, yet playful statement hung above the breakfast nook table. It's not only a great conversation piece, it provides plenty of light once the sun goes down.
Green cushions, teal accents and a dome-like light fixture all give this breakfast nook a touch of midcentury style. A tulip table centers the space, with a banquette and three chairs for extra seating.
Accent pieces lend vibrant color to this sunny corner. The built-in banquette occupies one end of an open plan kitchen. Bold, yellow Eames-style dining chairs team with fun fabrics on the banquette to liven up the room's otherwise neutral palette. Wood tones bring an earthy touch that warms up the space.
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.