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♥ I want this in my kitchen some day!!

The box bay breakfast nooks built-in bench seating and Eames wire chairs offer space for casual dining and glorious views, not to mention storage underneath. While the right side of the nook has a window, the left end has recessed display shelves.

round table...lovely windows

The Breakfast Nook

I love the windows, treatments bench in this picture. Why couldn't you use the benches as seating around a bigger round table? This is what I'm thinking of for our kitchen table area.


Space Saving Interior Design Ideas for Corner Kitchen Nooks and Dining Areas

Kitchen banquette: A built-in storage wall elevates this traditional-style banquette from breakfast nook to multi-purpose corner. More ideas for banquettes: www.

Comfy banquette would be right at home in a rustic cabin, and off-white would pop against wood paneling. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

dining nook in a Comfy Niche - tufted benches! Like many others, this nook takes advantage of windows that provide natural light and great views. Low, comfortable benches keep the nook casual and comfortable.

I'd love to have a Dining Nook!

Steal This Look: Belgian-Inspired Kitchen by Ken Linsteadt Architects : Remodelista The breakfast table features a thin concrete slab top; the wrap-around benches are covered in mocha linen.

A bench beneath a bank of windows looks lovely in this cozy country kitchen.

Decorating with Yellow: Walls, Accessories, and Accents

Tons of storage, sunny windows, and a long bench for cozy seating. I love it! A bench beneath a bank of windows looks lovely in this cozy country kitchen.

Create an elegant look to a small breakfast nook with built-in benches and narrow dining table. Description from onekindesign.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

built in furniture modern interior design and decorating ideas for breakfast nooks Camie adorable size/model for your kitchen table

The niche’s original leaded windows borrow light from the adjacent garden room.  Could we do something like this?

Built-in seating/nook. Architect Robert Zarelli and designer Charlotte Barnes in Marblehead, MA. New England Home.