Image by Douglas Friedman
The 2nd nook characteristics a moody gray area and a prolonged bench for at ease seating. The two french doors are fantastic for indoor-outside entertaining.
Image by Karyn Millet
The 3rd design is all about vibrant colors. The inside designer, Bonesteel Trout Corridor, added colourful cushions and pillows to brighten up the all-neutral area.
Photograph by Karyn Millet
My two favored things…a gallery wall and a set-in nook. This fourth dining location is so charming. I appreciate the distinction involving the white brick wall and the deep midnight blue wall.
Image by Meredith K Structure
The fifth kitchen style is more creative than the others. If you are not worried of having a possibility, then increase a wonderful textile flooring to your breakfast space. Inside designer, Meredith K Style and design, elevated the space by coordinating the tailor made bench seating with the navy and white flooring.
Image by Amy Bartlam
This style and design is for the people that like to hold it neutral, but with a chic twist. Jenn Feldman Designs, established a customized corner sofa for her clients. It’s sophisticated breakfast nook that practically feels like you’re in a town lounge.