1,101 breakfast nook Entry Design Photos

Weedman Design Partners
back door entry
This is the type of bench that I am looking to build for my kitchen nook. Love what your carpenter did! Is that a working drawer?
Compact nook with tall molding to our counter height
del un lado breakfast nook, del otro mudroom
Combine mud room with breakfast area
Nice example of mud room leading into kitchen/breakfast nook.
“Angle on bottom for leg comfort” — me4922
Heydt Designs
4 Reviews
Mill Valley Classic Cottage
This entry foyer, the entire family room, part of the living room and the breakfast nook are all part of the new addition on the first floor.
Nook colour
“Door” — Julie Thorson
Penn Contractors Inc
9 Reviews
Kitchen Remodel: Eclectic / Farmhouse Kitchen with Breakfast Nook
Kitchen Remodel: Eclectic / Farmhouse Kitchen with Breakfast Nook
“buit in” — ajbad5
Donna Elle Seaside Living
5 Reviews
Bungalow Beach House
breakfast nook
“Trim” — kernanjl
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Early 1900s Home blends Traditional Design with Comfort and Style
The breakfast nook brings light into the back of the foyer and connects to the kitchen through a small hallway.Console table: Richard Tubb Interiors
“Dark wall with light from painting. Red accent” — Bronwen Kropf
Schwartz and Architecture
5 Reviews
Schwartz and Architecture
little reading nook, like the storage space underneath and maybe even the colors/materials.
Shelving next to fireplace Nook for bar/tv with
into does not exist. Minimalist design, rich wood detailing, extra storage below and lighting above make for a lovely little nook.
This built-in bench creates a cozy nook for lounging. In smaller homes every comfortable spot counts.
“Recess seating” — dianellowe
Culligan Abraham Architecture
5 Reviews
Center St.
idea for enclosed porch -- reading nook
Breakfast nook?...sunny nook...Sunny nook, porch?...Like the nook
“window seats” — lisabmama
Karen Joy Interiors
Karen Joy Interiors
to put up beside our oven but CUT WINDOWS through to the other side instead of mirrors (little wrap around seating area to be used in devotional breakfast nook area)
Can you imagine having a reading nook like this one in your home? I think more books on my "to read" list would find themselves finished if I had a spot like this. To modernize the look of traditional trim and crown molding, consider painting it light gray. Here, it's paired with white walls to draw
“idea for coordinating entryway and front/dining room rugs” — my3sonshines
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