Banquettes are, in our opinion, one of the best uses of small dining spaces. They take advantage of every square inch of available room, hold tons of people and can be used for lounging any old time of day.
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)
The tiny house: This looks to be a area at the end of a galley kitchen. Pedestal table and French Bistro shares, along with a bit of upholstered cushion under a window, create a practical space out of a tiny corner. loft & cottage