Banquettes are a family-friendly solution for fitting many diners into a spot that would otherwise be tight for a table and four chairs. Make small sensational with these pocket-size breakfast nooks that focus on function.
Large or small, incorporating a light-filled breakfast nook into your home is the perfect way to make the most of extra space in or around your kitchen.
Rustic relics and fine-tuned finishes combine to fashion tres chic kitchens with French influence.
Kitchen Breakfast Nooks - With no room for a large eat-in area, this galley kitchen maximizes space with a built-in bench and super slim dining table, a set-up that allows for easy traffic flow and avoids over-crowding. - Designed by Harvest Architecture
Banquette Benches with Storage
You don't have to sacrifice design in a tight space. This cozy banquette offers integrated storage for table linens in its two full-depth drawers.
Traditional, Classic, Comfortable The remodel and addition to this historical residence was a labor of love for the homeowners. Cartwright Design worked with the couple from the earliest planning stages with their builder to help with spatial plan
Farmhouse kitchens have a vintage appeal. I adore the cabinets in this kitchen because of the glass doors and antique latches. I also like the industrial appeal of the ampersand sign, galvanized metal bar stools and antique drying rack on the island.
dining rooms - Emperor Armchair in Natural ivory built-in banquette storage blue velvet cushions off-white pedestal dining table blue diamonds rug natural linen roman shades black velvet ribbon trim yellow walls. Like the bench, pillows, and wall color.