45 Cozy Breakfast Nooks for the Dreamiest Saturday Morning
Cheery paint and extravagant pads can make for the sweetest morning minutes, regardless of whether you're hoping to situate a group of six or simply you two.
A breakfast niche with worked in seating is painted in Benjamin Moore's White Dove. "It's a white that is not too stark but rather still peruses pleasant and clean," says designer Frances Merrill. The pendant light and seat, fitted with a custom pad, are both from West Elm.
Walls were stripped down to the first block and mortar. In the dining niche of this Charleston guesthouse designed by Cameron Schwabenton, the table is recovered pine, and the antique Anglo-Indian seats are canvassed in Moore and Giles' Kipling leather. The custom banquette is in Prince of Wales texture by de Le Cuona.
A platform table from Soane fills in as a social occasion put where the group of six can share breakfast or evening snacks. The custom cowhide banquette in this Manhattan apartment highlights stockpiling underneath, and designer Celerie Kemble had the Urban Electric Co. light apparatuses painted a dark green to include warmth.
White and Blue
In this breakfast region designed by Frank Roop, the banquette is shrouded in Manuel Canovas' Fiona and animated with pads in Panaro, Rosario and Lys, all from Designers Guild.
In the breakfast region of a Scandinavian kitchen, regular dishes are put away on a customary plate rack. Vintage table and seats from Antiqvm.
Designers Jesse Carrier and Mara Miller ensured the seats around the table were agreeable, to energize waiting in this eat-in kitchen.
White and Olive
Soft upholstery in an advanced shade of green makes a comfortable vibe in this radiant alcove. A glass-topped Silverado dining table by CB2 offers loads of legroom over the wraparound banquette, upholstered with a solid, super-delicate Maharam mohair. Vladimir Kagan seats are shrouded in Maharam's Sudden. Birdie crystal fixture by Ingo Maurer.
Wicker seats from Janus et Cie encompass a custom ranch table from Mecox Gardens, highlighted by chipper yellow shades and pillows.
Architect Heidi Stôrmer designed a breakfast room where loads of regular light spills in. Eero Saarinen's Tulip easy chairs and dining table, with seat pads in Edelman Leather's Daffodil.
Designer Mica Ertegun joined these Donghia seats with pads in Sutherland's Rowdy Stripe.
Room for One
This small seat by the window "was an aggregate takeoff from whatever is left of the house — a revamped horse shelter that is open and expansive.... It's a place to get your musings, to reach deep down and examine," said designer Pat Healing.
Zach Motl, a window designer at Ralph Lauren's Madison Avenue store, found these vintage Italian seats at the Brimfield bug market and left their marigold paint in place. He rescued the table by repainting its best white. The "Be Calm" tea towel is by Louise Bourgeois.
Designer Mary Jo Bochner put a classical table and seats sit before this Savannah home's old casement windows.
The blend of wicker and white makes the dreamiest spot to unwind over some tea.
Chairs by John Vogel for West Elm encompass a custom table finished with White Zeus Extreme Silestone. Marimekko pads complement a banquette shrouded in Kravet texture. Floor covering by Scandinavian Made. Hanging light by Louis Poulsen.
Breakfast With a View
Take your morning espresso with a view on Pam barstools by Ligne Roset. Table by Janus et Cie.
This kitchen joins an old Danish dining set with a broad arrangement of dishes housed in the bookshelves.
Wooden executive's seats hung with present day covers make this breakfast niche a reviving retreat.
In this East Hamptons home, columnist Frances Schultz made a breakfast alcove disregarding her broad accumulation of blue-and-white porcelain.
Interior decorator Laura Church Wilmerding combined a platform table from her youth home with vintage dining seats she found at the Stamford Antique and Artisan Center. The 1960s-style light apparatus is Perle by Oggetti.
Designer Lee Ann Thornton shrouded this banquette in wipeable artificial cowhide by Innovations.
A custom dim blue makes "irritable show" in this breakfast room, utilized as a close dining spot at night. "At the point when the candles in the Gustavian ceiling fixture and reflected sconces are shining, it's totally otherworldly," designer Charles O. Schwarz III says.
White and Airy
Overscale willow bin lights from South of Market help characterize the breakfast zone in an Atlanta home. Tones of dark return in the shade texture by Lewis and Sheron Textiles and the Dual Seat Counter Bench by Lee Industries. Fixture by Waterworks. Below zero cooler. Mirror from South of Market.
In the breakfast room of a 1920s home, Hickory Chair's Gustav table reaches out to situate six for meals. Seats are canvassed in Colefax and Fowler's Ellary Check. The dividers are coated in a custom shading, and the trim is painted in Sherwin-Williams' Tradewind.
Ray of Sunshine
Hickory Chair's Bistro banquette, upholstered in a Manuel Canovas texture, can oblige a swarm in blogger Sarah Rose's New York apartment. Saarinen table by Design Within Reach. Comfortable lamp by the Urban Electric Co.
Designer Garrow Kedigian made a breakfast territory in the kitchen, covering the seat by the window in Rogers and Goffigon's Toccata.
Brass and Teal
In the kitchen of a 1,200-square-foot apartment, radiant mosaic tiles and a roof lacquered in Benjamin Moore's Oceanic Teal get a shading from the backdrop in the passage. Thonet barstools by York Street Studio. Roman shades in Homer fleece in Verdigris by Gorrivan by Highland Court.
The breakfast room ignores the pool on this Westchester property. Phillip Jeffries' Manila Hemp wallcovering and Shyam Ahuja's crewelwork on Hickory Chair seating reverberation greens and yellows in the neighboring family room. The Roman shades are in Galbraith and Paul's Persian Garden, and the Hamilton pendant by the Urban Electric Co. with lampshades is in Loom Decor's Labyrinth. The trim is painted in Benjamin Moore's Chantilly Lace.
Embroidered All Over
In this L.A. dining room, designer Peter Dunham formed a sprawling yet comfortable corner. "A profound banquette in a dining region is dressier and more casual than just seats," he says. He lit up it with six pads produced using a vintage suzani from Design Utopia. Banquette not in the financial plan? Draw in an easy chair from another room or take a stab at hurling a couple of pads onto the seating.
The banquette pad in this resplendent home is made of Noriker horsehair from Christopher Hyland that suits the kitchen's old fashioned feel. Jean Prouvé Standard seats from Vitra include a cutting edge contrast.
"The Color Whisperer" Amanda Nisbet tucked a Macassar midnight banquette beyond all detectable inhibitions room of a New York apartment. Moore and Giles Cleopatra cowhide pads have a shimmery allure, and an antique air pocket ceiling fixture is a capricious note. Asset Furniture side seats are canvassed in Nobilis Filomena. Julian Chichester Dakota table. Chris Leidy triptych. Treillage hurricanes.
Designer Miles Redd broadened Schumacher's Imperial Trellis backdrop onto the breakfast niche's roof in this Brooklyn townhouse.
Bright yellow dividers — Benjamin Moore's Inner Glow — and a significantly brighter citron table from HB Home breathed life into a 1940s kitchen. Designer Lindsey Coral Harper diverted wire side tables from ABC Carpet and Home into stools. Dull darker floors were changed with a substantial geometric example, painted by Jay C. Lohmann. Pendant light from Robert Abbey. Hugo Guinness prints from John Derian.
In a 550-square-foot Los Angeles apartment, everything gets somewhat more private. A cushion filled seat by the window, vintage Saarinen table, and surge side seats from Hollywood at Home make for comfortable dining. Modern light from Big Daddy's Antiques. Pad texture, Fig Leaf by Peter Dunham Textiles.
Designer Annie Selke makes enchantment with striking textures I
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