A banquette is the perfect solution for getting a crowd around a table. With comfortable leather cushions and textured throw pillows, the banquette is not only a great family dining spot, but also a great spot to relax. Slate tile grounds the space, which pairs rich blue walls with a white tongue-and-groove ceiling.
The casual nature of this breakfast nook is amplified by the mismatched seating arranged around a simple white dining table. To up the fun factor, the Chango & Co. design team added bright, yellow lantern-style pendant lights that work with the mint-colored chairs and watermelon pink table settings for a summery color scheme.
To define the breakfast nook, the banquette and surrounding trimwork is painted a striking blue. Classic Windsor chairs sit opposite the leather-cushioned banquette, surrounding the farmhouse-inspired table.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, two cramped and dated rooms were transformed into a gorgeous open plan kitchen, dining and living area. A functional kitchen island replaced an unnecessary dividing wall and a crumbling brick fireplace was repaired and painted a pretty neutral hue. An abundance of gorgeous natural light now highlights the charming, vintage cottage-style decor.
This lovely cottage style dining room has a cozy, intimate feel. The dining room table, which seats six, has a warm, dark stain that is accented by the inviting, neutral color of the walls and the fabrics in the space. The sliding doors in the room lead to the back deck, and also let in an abundance of natural light. The chandelier helps to light the space and give it a warm, inviting feel.