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Kitchen Nook Table

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Kitchen Nook Table

The way you fill the small places in your house can make a stunning difference. For example, imagine walking into a foyer and there is nothing bur empty corners. Then imagine walking into that same foyer with the perfect little pedestal table in the corner shelving a beautiful vase with flowers. By filling this small nook, you transform the way that your home welcomes guest and friends. There are many little places all around the house that are just begging for the perfect nook table to fill it with life. Nook tables, not only transform boring rooms into lively rooms, they also serve an important function for displaying prized possessions. Bassett Furniture has great ideas for the nooks in your home. Use the classic design to decorate any room, and place your favorite photographs on top for all to see. It also comes with two perfect size drawers and a door cover storage area for items you need to keep out of site. Bassett Furniture has great ways to showcase any floral arrangement whether it is in a foyer or living room area. A simple yet sleek design of smooth curves and rounded top allows you to fill any nook in your home. Nook tables are a great way to spice up your rooms with pizzazz and style. Bassett Furniture has an incredible selection of these corner or end tables that will add a stunning beauty to your entire household. We have an extensive collection including solid wood, contemporary, modern, or traditional end and nook tables.
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Kitchen Nook Table

Breakfast kitchen nooks are a great design element of any small kitchens. Not only do they make the room interesting and aesthetically pleasing, they really maximize the space while making it more functional. If you’re looking for storage and seating solutions for your tiny kitchen, think about incorporating a kitchen nook. As you have seen in these pictures, you don’t need a lot of space to build an enchanting, stylish kitchen nook.
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Kitchen Nook Table

If you want to create additional seating and breakfast nook with storage in your challenging kitchen, think about placing a kitchen nook in one of your open corners. If you’re not sure how to do it, look at these fabulous kitchen nooks. If these upscale kitchens don’t get your creative juices flowing, nothing will.
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Kitchen Nook Table

When designing your own breakfast nook, you will consider the specifications and the space you will be utilizing. Breakfast nooks come in all shapes with the capability of mixing and matching table styles. Having removable cushions and backings make it simple to restyle for any occasion. Once you have chosen your design and style, you can create the perfect Breakfast nook for your home. The multi-purposed space is delightful and a charming addition to your kitchen.
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Working with very limited space, the designer was able to create a sensational nook in this traditional kitchen. Bright, colorful throw pillows add comfort, style, and a splash of color to the nook.
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Elegant and sophisticated, this ornate kitchen nook proves that you don’t have to use a casual decorating scheme for your nook. Oozing class and charm, this space is just as beautiful as a formal dining room.
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Kitchen Nook Table

Brilliant and sublime, this bright kitchen nook takes advantage of an abundance of natural light, which spills into the space through multiple grand windows. This breakfast nook style is refreshing and well purposed. The use of textures and complementary accents bring this style together with a brilliant view.
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Kitchen Nook Table

Since the classic built-in seating in a breakfast nook isn’t always an option (we’re thinking of all you renters out there), create the illusion of one with two long benches placed at a 90-degree angle plus a table and chairs. In really small spots, just one bench and a table can also do the trick.
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Fake Built-In Seating Since the classic built-in seating in a breakfast nook isn’t always an option (we’re thinking of all you renters out there), create the illusion of one with two long benches placed at a 90-degree angle plus a table and chairs. In really small spots, just one bench and a table can also do the trick.

Even if you truly only have space for a typical window seat, you can still create a kitchen nook in your space. The designer of this space has used a long, narrow table to make it possible.
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Fabulous and practical, this nook has been created with just a few pieces of well-suited furniture. To keep from overwhelming the space, the designer has chosen a small table with a slim profile.
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Walls were stripped down to the original brick and plaster. In the dining nook of this Charleston guesthouse designed by Cameron Schwabenton, the table is reclaimed pine, and the antique Anglo-Indian chairs are covered in Moore & Giles’s Kipling leather. The custom banquette is in Prince of Wales fabric by de Le Cuona.
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Soft upholstery in a sophisticated shade of green creates a cozy feel in this sunny nook. A glass-topped Silverado dining table by CB2 offers lots of legroom above the wraparound banquette, upholstered with a durable, super-soft Maharam mohair. Vladimir Kagan chairs are covered in Maharam’s Sudden. Birdie chandelier by Ingo Maurer.
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Walls were stripped down to the original brick and plaster. In the dining nook of this Charleston guesthouse designed by Cameron Schwabenton, the table is reclaimed pine, and the antique Anglo-Indian chairs are covered in Moore & Giles’s Kipling leather. The custom banquette is in Prince of Wales fabric by de Le Cuona. Trevor Tondro
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7 Of 45 White and OliveSoft upholstery in a sophisticated shade of green creates a cozy feel in this sunny nook. A glass-topped Silverado dining table by CB2 offers lots of legroom above the wraparound banquette, upholstered with a durable, super-soft Maharam mohair. Vladimir Kagan chairs are covered in Maharam’s Sudden. Birdie chandelier by Ingo Maurer. Thomas Loof
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Furnished with elaborate and ornate pieces, this upscale kitchen nook feels extravagant thanks to lavish textiles, upholstery, and fabrics. Also, the elegantly turned legs of the pieces used lend the space a dignified aura.
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Depending on the size of your space, a breakfast nook can be either an “extra” dining area or, in smaller apartments, the main dining event. Regardless, a gallery wall centered on the space makes the area feel like its own mini room. A mix of prints and paintings makes for a fun conversation piece when dinner guests linger around the kitchen.
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Install a Gallery Wall Depending on the size of your space, a breakfast nook can be either an “extra” dining area or, in smaller apartments, the main dining event. Regardless, a gallery wall centered on the space makes the area feel like its own mini room. A mix of prints and paintings makes for a fun conversation piece when dinner guests linger around the kitchen.
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While creating lots of seating in a small kitchen can be challenging, you don’t have to sacrifice the things you want just because you could use a little more square footage. When it comes to creating seating and extra storage in an oddly u shaped or small kitchen, kitchen nooks provide the ultimate solution. And they do their job beautifully. From bench seating to built-in cabinetry, kitchen nooks have everything you need to take your kitchen from functional to sensational.
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This charming, modern nook features a chalkboard accent wall, making it ideal for families with young children. Streamlined chairs add extra seating without taking up much visual space, which makes the room feel larger than it really is.
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Given that kitchens generally offer only a handful of opportunities for color, an eat-in nook is a great place to punch things up a bit via easy-to-swap accents such as pillows. If you’re unsure of which color palette to choose, pick one hue and use it in differing shades for a more cohesive look.
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If the pieces in your nook don’t obviously seem to go together, consider using color to unite them. Here, a set of wood Windsor chairs look perfectly at home next to green bamboo wallpaper, thanks to the addition of green seat cushions.
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Use Color for Cohesion If the pieces in your nook don’t obviously seem to go together, consider using color to unite them. Here, a set of wood Windsor chairs look perfectly at home next to green bamboo wallpaper, thanks to the addition of green seat cushions.
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A breakfast nook with built-in seating is painted in Benjamin Moore’s White Dove. “It’s a white that’s not too stark but still reads nice and clean,” says designer Frances Merrill. The pendant light and bench, fitted with a custom cushion, are both from West Elm.
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Cozy CountryA breakfast nook with built-in seating is painted in Benjamin Moore’s White Dove. “It’s a white that’s not too stark but still reads nice and clean,” says designer Frances Merrill. The pendant light and bench, fitted with a custom cushion, are both from West Elm. Victoria Pearson
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A breakfast nook with built-in seating is painted in Benjamin Moore’s White Dove. “It’s a white that’s not too stark but still reads nice and clean,” says designer Frances Merrill. The pendant light and bench, fitted with a custom cushion, are both from West Elm. Victoria Pearson

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