By Bi5MiLl4hRunamuckfestival. Dinettes and Breakfast Nooks. At Saturday, November 10th 2018, 23:56:15 PM.
A breakfast nook by definition is a small space to eat small meals in. A breakfast nook, aka morning room, aka informal dining room, aka eat-in-kitchen surprisingly all mean different types of spaces you may be looking at. The breakfast nook is a small space in or near the kitchen typically with built-in seating such as benches with a long table, and windows facing east. A morning room is a small room off of the kitchen with eastern facing windows for the morning light. This space usually have comfortable chairs with a side table for holding cups of tea or coffee as one reads the morning paper. An informal dining room is off of the kitchen with a designated eating space or a half wall. The eat-in-kitchen is a small space for a bistro or cafe-style table or high-tops chairs at a breakfast bar.
The stylish kitchen nook efficiently utilizes the free kitchen space and is designed taking into consideration the size limits that are available in most of the modern living spaces. According to your personal style and kitchen layout, you can select the breakfast nook design. The set consists of small elegant breakfast nook table that is durable and easy to wipe off. To utilize the corner space and give a trendy look to your kitchen, you can opt for rectangular or L shaped kitchen nook tables. Octagonal or hexagonal round tables are generally used if you have sufficient space in your kitchen. For seating arrangement, you can accommodate large family in limited space by using benches instead of chairs.
Houses with a breakfast nook or eat-it-kitchen typically have a formal dining room area intended to take dinner or supper into, depending where you are from. To make the most of the space, bench seating is recommended with fold-up seats allowing extra storage in that space. When that area is not in use, you can create a comfortable sitting area with plush pillows. When the area is in use, simply put the pillows under the seating to allow more people around the table. Farm-style tables are making a big comeback. People are feeling more disconnected in this ultra-social-networking era, and want to visit with people face-to-face. The table needs to fit with the space, but also needs to be large enough to fit everyone's plates, utensils, platters of pancakes, eggs and bacon on.