AWID took a tiny 80 sq. ft. bedroom off a kitchen and reconfigured and repurposed into a dining nook, built-in home office, pantry, dry bar and powder room. Project included custom window treatment, built-ins and upholstery.
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Where can I find plans to build a breakfast nook? - I am trying to find plans that tell you how to build a wooden built-in bench/seat and then add my own style to it, like the beadboard here...
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