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  • Heather Desmarteau-Fast

    Decorating with Color - Colorful Decorating Ideas - Country Living#slide-1#slide-1 breakfast nook

  • Angela Martin

    Glamorous Housewife featured Country Living (Hooked on Houses). Color combo, booth seating, stools, table. LOVE this breakfast nook.

  • Lydia DeCloux

    I love sitting in booths when I go to restaurants so to have that same idea in my kitchen is adorable! I love a little kitchen booth nook. And I love this color combo:)

  • Ana Godinho

    Gorgeous breakfast nook! banquette. kitchen. dining room. home decor and interior decorating ideas.

  • Marsha Collins-Mroz Realtor

    Breakfast nooks are amazing small spaces that can make your kitchen seem grand. All family meals should be served here. #Breakfastnook #Smallspace

  • Emma Roberts

    Driven By Décor: Breakfast Nooks: Kitchen Bench Seats / Banquettes - Kitchen nook ideas

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I loveeee that little table. the chairs could have a nice throw on them or something. synthetic fabric only**

I so want a nook like this in my kitchen area. And I have the perfect place for it. Just switch around the deck doors to a single door instead of double sliding ones. Move the china cabinet, build in the nook. Voila!

LOVE the benches along the windows. Would be perfect for the breakfast nook.

LOVE the floor - LOVE the vibe - would nix the chairs for more comfy ones - kitchen - ladies and gentlemen - sep 2008

more windows than we have, of course, but I like the old wood and nice base

great steel windows, great tile floor, cafe chairs, banquette, lighting, lanterns, mixing of woods

great window seat. And the lighting makes a cool statement.

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.

Paris home of Charlotte Gainsbourg designed by Florence Lopez. The World of Interiors. Photo by Neil Bicknell