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    • Erin Dolan

      Dining Nook along bay windows

    • Wilson Lipscomb

      Mountain Home Interiors | Mountain home, luxurious breakfast nook. I don't think I'd ever use the dining room! Colors, banquette seating.

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      Mountain House in Montana, USA

    • Jennifer Jones DuCharme

      Absolutely love this kitchen table. Just the right size for our "nook" Mountain Breakfast Nook rustic dining room

    • Tamara Gorman

      In a sunny niche between the kitchen and living room, the dining area faces west toward Pioneer Mountain. Open-weave Belgian linen draperies frame the view and close to filter afternoon sunlight. The custom table consists of two raw-steel pedestals, each with its own hickory top; a leaf insert forms one continuous surface for larger gatherings.

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