Breakfast nook...maybe not wide enough...looking over backyard
and a breakfast eating nook re:homework spot as well as dining table
breakfast nook built in placd in a bump out, lots of windows!
In the breakfast room. The top of a woven wood shade can come with or without an integrated valance. In this area, the designer opted for a scallop design on the bottom of the valance. Style tip: The scalloped edge on the bottom of a valance softens hard vertical and horizontal lines in a kitchen. You
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