Happy Hump Day! Since breakfast is the most important meal of the day (and W Design LOVES breakfast) we decided to move this discussion into the kitchen. On this week’s Wednesdays with Wendy, Wendy is telling us three reasons why she loves…
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A breakfast nook is a great way to create a cozy and intimate spot in a kitchen. A conversational space that is more compact than a dining table, a breakfast nook feels up close and personal. This is a functional design allowing you to kick your feet up to read the morning paper or help your kids out with their homework. For ultimate comfort, make sure the pitch of the back cushions is correct. No one wants to sit totally upright!
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A breakfast nook can turn any boring wall or window into a focal point of your space. Add a curved or rounded bench into a bay window to anchor your room. Or, try a free-standing breakfast nook with custom built-in shelves to add architectural detail. This is a great tool for creating extra storage in a tasteful manner.
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Great for parties and entertaining, a breakfast nook can comfortably sit more people in a room. This is an easy solution to double seating space without taking up too much of your floor plan. Keep in mind the knee to knee space when selecting a table to ensure guests can get in and out comfortably. A simple pedestal table works best.