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  • cara telford

    breakfast nook idea - neutral wall with pops of color, love the floor and the banquette seating

  • paula g

    Upper Gallery Create a gallery of frames above a large window or along the soffit above kitchen cabinets. Use matching frames for your collection and fill with favorite snapshots and fun prints. If you have a colorful space, try a collection of black-and-white images. Or if your space leans neutral, like this breakfast nook, opt for an assortment of colorful artwork. #comedor #dining #room

  • Colleen Gatterman Carmona

    Dining Room Nook Photos Creative Ways to Decorate with Photos // Wall Art Wednesday

  • Ms Houska

    Kitchen nook idea

  • Emily Cairns

    Blank Wall Solution: Create a gallery of frames above a large window or along the soffit above kitchen cabinets. Use matching frames for your collection and fill with favorite snapshots and fun prints. If you have a colorful space, try a collection of black-and-white images. Or if your space leans more neutral, like this breakfast nook, opt for an assortment of colorful artwork.

  • Andrea Gazaille

    Doing this!!! Window seat, table, chairs Create a gallery of frames above a large window or along the soffit above kitchen cabinets. Use matching frames for your collection and fill with favorite snapshots and fun prints. If you have a colorful space, try a collection of black-and-white images. Or if your space leans neutral, like this breakfast nook, opt for an assortment of colorful artwork.

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