Incredibly Green Home of Chevy ChaseCraftsman Kitchen, Seattle
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7. Breakfast nooks. Formal Victorian kitchens (which predated the Craftsman era) were designed only for preparing meals — usually done by hired help. Kitchen activities were hidden from the dining room and living room. However, Craftsman homes embraced the kitchen as the home's main hub. Eat-in kitchens and breakfast nooks allowed families to gather in the space at any time of day. Get this look: Banquettes look great in eat-in kitchens and use space wisely. This particular breakfast booth and its banquette stick to the straight lines of Craftsman style. But don't worry; you can soften your seating with a cushion or two.