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  • Kate Scuffle

    In the breakfast nook, weathered oak benches provide seating at a vintage oak florist's table, topped with zinc. The cast-iron chandelier dates to the 1920s; the distressed pine cabinet, by BoBo, only looks old. Sarah had all the walls misted with a custom mix of watered-down paint. The trim here (and throughout) is painted Swiss Coffee by Benjamin Moore. Read more: Rooms with a Neutral Palette - Decorating with White - Country Living

  • Nicole A. B. Edwards

    benches at your breakfast table rather than individual chairs #kitchen #decorating

  • Linda Chumbley

    Dining Table Benches

  • Gail Jackson

    Dining room. White, Grey, Black, Chippy, Shabby Chic, Whitewashed, Cottage, French Country, Rustic, Swedish decor Idea. ***Pinned by oldattic ***

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Square-back dining chairs combined with an antique bench around the dining table feel less formal than a complete set of matching chairs. (Photo: Robbie Caponetto, Roger Foley)

the easy and casual slip covered bench is wonderful

I think I need a huge chalk board in my kitchen; I seem to love them. Again, blackboard with rustic wood, a little green accent, some white painted furniture, industrial lighting and chair. I'm available to move in here as soon as the owner contacts me!

bench seat - idea for dining room?

more interior eye candy from formentera by the style files, via Flickr

If we add on a livingroom this would work in existing livingroom.... it could be the dining room!

Very similar to my new breakfast nook. I like the way they've done the cushions, with a thin pad on the back.

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

When designing a space in your home, get inspired by sources like Pinterest, magazines, tv shows, books, and your friends and family! Don't be afraid to try new things, but similarly don't feel like you can't stick with tried and true styles and designs.

breakfast in bed with coffee, eggs and bacon, toast and jam (instead of fake fruit and books on a tray)