The breakfast nook a perfectly cozy and wonderful alternative in a home that might not even be used. We spend our most important meal of the day, breakfast eating over the sink on our rush to get ready for work?
Why not take a few moments and enjoy your morning in that place where you could plan the day.
For those who need a little more privacy, a quiet place to drink their morning coffee and contemplate life for a few minutes, the breakfast nook cannot be matched.
It’s simple enough to add a nook to any house. Just add a little space off of the kitchen that’s just big enough for a dining set. Insert your table and chairs. Nothing could be easier.
Oh and don’t forget to add that killer view.
Styling Your Breakfast Nook
The word “nook” would imply a very informal space, or a dark and tight room. The word, certainly originally used to make the concept feel even more quaint, is incredibly misleading.
Although breakfast nooks are usually small, they’re not dark and they aren’t uncomfortable.
They’re often the best seats in the house!
Nooks are a flexible space that can do a lot.
There’s no wrong way to nook, work with the space and view that you have and the rest will follow.
It doesn’t need to be formal, just a spot that is cozy and comfortable for you and the family.
Plenty of breakfast nooks are outfitted with booths permanently affixed to the wall.
Views to the neighborhoods or a garden is always makes for a nice view.
Attached benches to the wall are a plus to.
Contemporary nooks mix and match chairs and booths in order to get as much seating as possible in the small, but amazing space.
Watching the sun rise over Your morning coffee from your breakfast nook is an unmatched experience, even if your nook doesn’t have a dramatic overlook.
Here’s a Nook, There’s a Nook… Where’s Your Nook?
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