The box bay breakfast nook& 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.
A small addition to a cramped galley kitchen in a 1918 Craftsman bungalow brightens the day. The new breakfast nook overlooks a private backyard and provides storage space under the bench. (Photo: John Granen) def need some cushions tho
eclectic mix of eras and styles in this kitchen: farmhouse sink and fixture, white marble counter, leaded glass style window and subway tiles (backsplash). SOOOO love this for my window over my kitchen sink!
Maselli limited bold colors to accessories — like the red pillows on the kitchen window seat. An old pine farm table and rush-seat chair add a rustic note to the room. Read more: New Orleans House - Decorating with Neutral Colors - Country Living