Whether small or large, breakfast nooks add valuable space in your kitchen. You can even make a kitchen nook yourself. Find inspiration for turning a small nook into your favorite space.Yellow leather sectional as banquette
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.Save to IdeabookEmail Photo A view of the breakfast area really shows Brewer’s sense of how to use color to accent architectural detail. Even the window sash is painted another color. --Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
And looking the opposite way at the breakfast room with its own fireplace and beadboard backed bookshelves that house Angie’s extensive cookbook collection. To the back left is the butler pantry. To the right is the living room and the back hall.
A built-in window bench boosts seating in this casual eating area without adding clutter to the room flow. Bright blue cushions and patterned throw pillows add a splash of visual interest to the soft dining area and adjoining kitchen.
Kitchen Breakfast Nooks - With no room for a large eat-in area, this galley kitchen maximizes space with a built-in bench and super slim dining table, a set-up that allows for easy traffic flow and avoids over-crowding. - Designed by Harvest Architecture