This Repurposed Ranch Home Gives New Meaning to the Term "Great Room"
In this sunny nook, a built-in banquette maximizes seating and storage. And look closely: The built-ins are simply kitchen cabinets (leftover from the kitchen reno) turned on their sides. The pillows echo other pops of indigo throughout the room (X benches, ottomans), and the rattan pendant and basket provide texture.
This Massachusetts Beach Bungalow Is Our Summer Dream Home
This breakfast nook has a beachy, barefoot quality—underscored by a braided rag rug, deliberately mismatched seats, and a pair of oars leaning in one corner and painted a color similar to "Treasure Isle" by Olympic. A crate full of glass bottles offers a foolproof way to arrange flowers.
Breakfast nooks result from the practical transformation of small, seemingly useless spaces. Previously an awkward corner, this space is now a convenient and purposeful area. Not just a place to sit down and grab a bite, the nook also boosts storage with shelves above and drawers below
Kitchen and Nook FROM PACIFIC'S BOOK OF HOMES — PACIFIC READY BUILT HOMES Many of the Pacific Ready-Cut plans show a kitchen with a nook. A half wall separates the nook with its craftsman style table and benches from the rest of the kitchen. Keyed, through-tenon and mortise joinery are painted plain white enamel and were noted in the catalog as Pullman Breakfast Set No. 701.