I drooled a little when I came across this breakfast area on Houzz designed by Steven Miller Design Studio.
And how about a close up...
Simple. Bold. Practical. Color. What word comes to your mind when you see this area?
I also really like how the entire kitchen appears to be neutral and then they reserved a bold statement for this eat-in nook area. How would your eat-in breakfast nook look?
I've been doing some homework for a client and I came across a few fabrics that got my attention - below are my current favorite selections for a dream breakfast nook area.
All of the fabrics are by Robert Allen. I've added in a round table for more interest (notice how the table in the home above has ornate legs - I like that). And then a blush pink pitcher because I've really been loving blush pink with black and you can't go wrong with a glass carafe either.
I am constantly coming back to windowpane fabrics. They are timeless and I think this particular fabric would be really nice on the banquette - pillows in the ikat and the plaid. SOLD.
Here are the exact sources:
Windowpane fabric - Robert Allen
Ikat - Robert Allen
Houndstooth - Robert Allen
Blush pink ceramic pitcher - Etsy seller Joanna Buyert (looks like this pitcher is no longer available)
Table - Jayson Home
Glass carafe - Crate & Barrel
What would you include in your dream breakfast nook?
We had a great weekend. Saturday was beautiful and included trips to a flea market with my Mom and the Morris Arboretum with the family - I hope to post about both later this week. The temps have gotten colder here though so the jackets, hats, and scarves have all come out. Hope you had a great weekend!