Breakfast Nook

Let the Sunshine in Breakfast Nook

Let the Sunshine in Breakfast Nook

The circular shapes are key to making this eclectic breakfast nook feel so cohesive and eye-catching. From the rug to the table to the wall art, each circle creates a sense of pattern and harmony which feels as warm and inviting as sunshine.

Pew For Two

Pew For Two

The staple to any farmhouse dining room is unique and vintage inspired seating. This white-washed wood church pew adds a homey touch to this cozy farmhouse dining space.

Parisian Breakfast Nook

Parisian Breakfast Nook

This small table is a beautiful place to sit and enjoy an afternoon tea or breakfast. If you want a high style dining area but have a small space, you can have both!

Mid-Century Earth Tone Breakfast Nook

Mid-Century Earth Tone Breakfast Nook

A cozy breakfast nook can still be stylish. A dual-tone dining table with matching chairs adds a mid-century vibe to the room. A bench is great for additional seating. Deep reds and light oranges add an earth tone accent to this space without worrying about painting walls.

Warm and Inviting

Warm and Inviting

A quiet area to eat and relax, this mid-century eating nook has it all. With natural light work pouring in and natural textures throughout, it becomes an inspiring way to start the day. Pops of color bring an energetic feel through the pillow and rug!

Colorful Eclectic Breakfast Nook

Colorful Eclectic Breakfast Nook

Make your breakfast nook pop with bright colors! The aquamarine cabinetry and additional fun wall colors wake this space up. Adding a neutral textured rug and accessories balance out the rest of the room

A Comfortable And Multicolor Nook

A Comfortable And Multicolor Nook

Sit back and relax at this comfortable and colorful breakfast nook. We emphasize the contrast of a multicolor palette to bring a dynamic and fun feel for this corner of the room. A mix of patterns and textures in throw pillows is an easy way to add a pop of color.

Eye-catching Art To Add Color

Eye-catching Art To Add Color

Styling out surfaces are an easy way to bring in and connect colors thought all the room. Pieces like arts, vases and even lamps, as we showed on this design, work along to pops of multicolor and bring to life the fun and dynamic feel of an inviting breakfast nook! The addition of a credenza or buffet allows for an additional serving surface when hosting guests!

The Bright Multicolor Nook!

The Bright Multicolor Nook!

At this breakfast nook, we utilize the greenery, sense of nature and light to connect with blue curtains, and gold touches to get that eye-catching effect with bright multi colors. Varying heights of items help to create visual interest when creating table centerpieces. You cannot go wrong with utilizing trays. Not only do they look great but they help keep small decor items contained and grouped.

Bench Seating for a Small Space

Bench Seating for a Small Space

Bring in plenty of seating for gatherings by adding a corner bench instead of individual chairs. Finish the seating area with one or two more chairs and you have enough seating for a wine tasting, game of cards, or just a nice place to sit and dine with friends. Creating a dining nook makes the small space feel more open, as well.

Mid-Century Cohesion

Mid-Century Cohesion

To draw the eye around the room, we've added complementary decor items that mimic the color palette of the room. On the far wall is an abstract print in tones that bring warmth to the space. This art pairs well with the warm woods of the table and chairs.

Add Color to Your Dining Nook

Add Color to Your Dining Nook

Dining nook making you blue? Well, flip the script and make your dining nook blue! Bringing a pop of color to a small space makes it bright and fun. Paint the walls a light blue and add pillows, a modern rug, and some dynamic wall art to make this space pop.

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