A small addition to a cramped galley kitchen in a 1918 Craftsman bungalow brightens the day. The new breakfast nook overlooks a private backyard and provides storage space under the bench. (Photo: John Granen) def need some cushions tho
"Banquettes can lend storage space for kitchens with limited cabinet space. The top of this L-shape bench lifts to reveal storage for rarely-used kitchen equipment. An open round tabletop provides plenty of space for casual family dinners and more.
For a tiny dining nook choose a table with a pedestal base so people can easily slide in and out of their seats. Another tip: "For maximum space efficiency, the table should overlap the seat by just one inch
Cottage Charm - It looks great with beaded-board-style cabinets that mimic timeworn wainscoting. Dark grout suggests spaces while reducing upkeep on subway-tile walls. Like the bead board and the blue with white.
For the entry way. Awesome breakfast nook built in bench dining table and free
Seating abounds in this built-in breakfast room banquette, and with high-backed cushions, comfort is ensured. The X-base table makes it easy to get in and out of the banquette. Drawers below the banquette can be used to stor
Banquette Benches Cozy, built-in eating areas can be a great way to add comfort and charm to a busy kitchen. Take a look at these ideas for selecting the right bench for your banquette. Great bench or maybe a pew.
LUV THE POTTED LEMON TREE.Love the light in this kitchen and that lemon tree on the counter (I think it's a lemone tree).love the light cabinets and dark wood floors.lots of elements about this I like.