A corner bench offers the coziness of a booth and the flexibility and added storage of a straight bench.
A single straight built-in bench allows for easier storage access and more flexibility in choosing a table shape and size.
A single faceted built-in bench allows for easy access to the classic crescent bin pulls in polished nickel.
This home in Portland, Oregon, is loaded with savvy storage. I spy an L-shape bench with storage, a wall mounted shoe rack and hanging hooks aplenty.
A bump-out with three walls of windows is the ideal spot for built-in U-shape booth seating, a cozy dining alternative.
A bright U-shape nook is outfitted with integrated storage hidden behind the seat backs.
Not only does this L-shape breakfast nook boast bench storage, but it's nestled into a built-in cabinetry arch.
Massive drawers are tucked underneath this 44-inch by 70-inch built-in breakfast spot with wainscoting.
A faceted window seat adds sitting room and storage to the dining area. Hinged doors provide access to the bench's cargo space.
A low cabinet separates this breakfast area from the kitchen without closing off the sight lines.
It's inevitable that your nook will be used for more than just breakfast. It's important to outfit the built-in with electrical outlets for your family's charging needs.