Metal stools sidle up to this breakfast nook's table, constructed of salvaged wood. The chandelier dates from the 1960s.
Like the idea of a square table in the breakfast nook. Discovered this image via vi.sualize.us
I could cook and eat and read in this room all day! This room has that "feeling" about it to me that I want about our home. :)
The breakfast nook totally sold us on the house. It’s the sunniest spot in the house, and living in the Pacific Northwest teaches you to value that light more than anything. Those pillows and the basket of everyday napkins are from the always amazing non-perishable goods, whom I have the privilege of working with. The print is a photo of mine, and the terrarium is from Artemisia.