What the name of the manufacture who created the setting chair for the breakfast nook sitting area? or Can you give me detail instructions on how to build a breakfast noot setting area similar to the one in the picture.
or how far up is it from the table? the breakfast nook is at the end of a rectangular kichen about 29 by 10 ft. thank you!
little nook like this... how much space do I need?
in that breakfast nook. What might also fit for a space like that is a contemporary concrete hanging-lamp. We work with local designers to sell custom products, but check out what I'm thinking might also work, here: http://www.cutmodern.com/products/concrete-pendant-lamp
dining nook with the washer/dryer tucked neatly into the newly-created kitchen laundry closet. We added windows and a banquette for additional storage, as well as a round table along with chairs upholstered in a ribbed pencil stripe fabric in three color ways, also echoed on the pillows.
dining nook and tuck the washer-dryer into a new kitchen laundry closet." Four new windows let in the light.The client provided the iron base for the table, and Rich had a custom top made from the same granite used on the countertops, providing more continuity within the kitchen. In fact, she even used
for the breakfast nook were kept intentionally small, given the diminutive backyard yard. Space is approximately 4.5' x 11'. Another foot of depth could make a big difference if you do not have space limitations. We added the cut out in the right wall to further open up the space while bringing in more
The nook comfortably seats 3-4 people. I chose a round table for easy access to the window seat. Day-to-day, there is a larger round pedestal table in place of the antique shown here for photography, which provides more ample surface area and leg room.
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breakfast nook bench... thinking they look nice with window on all 3 sides
little nook. That's a nice touch and unique. Nice job! Charmean Neithart
I do a lot of these nooks and I usually make them at least 6'wide and 6' deep. You need to maintian the same dimension from the face of the table to the back of the seat so if you have less space you end up with a narrower table
great use of space with butler pantry and breakfast nook