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  • Amy M

    Built in bench breakfast nook or dining area. Would want to do 2 overstuffed club chairs or slipcovered dining chairs for the additional seating.

  • Lauren Iwig

    chic breakfast nook design Love the soft blue gray paint wall color in this dining room ...

  • Robyn-Lynn Sprunger

    built in banquette seating | Ideas - Kitchen Nooks and Banquettes

  • Cherie Hyde

    maybe a big window seat under the front windows on the kitchen side where dining table will be. also be perfect to use as dining room seating

  • Patricia Miller

    The fabrics in this dining nook are great, and it gives me an idea of how a window seat would look in my kitchen with tall cabinets around it.

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