Beautiful Breakfast Nooks That Will Convince You to Get One

How many times have we been scrolling through our Pinterest feeds and come across someone lounging in a breakfast nook on a sunny morning, magazine in hand, steaming coffee on the table? It just inspires those monsters of jealousy in us. Believe it or not though, breakfast nooks aren’t just for the rich and famous. There are several tricks that you can apply in the home you have to create a cozy space for Saturday pancake breakfasts. Here are a few beautiful breakfast nooks that will convince you to get one yourself.

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Do you have an empty corner in your home? Then you have the makings for a breakfast nook. Whether you use your kitchen or your dining room, it just makes sense to utilize that empty space to your breakfast nook desire. A couple of benches, bookshelves on their sides, custom built, if you can envision it, you can have it. (via 1, 2, 3)

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One of the fastest ways to put some parameters on an open space in your home is to hang a chandelier above it. A breakfast nook is no different. Splurge on your favorite chandelier and hang it above your little breakfast nook table to give the space a life of it’s own. Now is the time to go for that neon chandelier or the one covered in crystals. (via 1, 2, 3)

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What’s a good breakfast nook without a seat full of cushions? Buy or DIY a seat cushion that will make sitting comfortable and then bust out all your favorite patterned throw pillows in colors that will correspond with the rest of your home. It will instantly make your breakfast nook into the lounging spot you’ve been envying on Pinterest. (via 1, 2, 3)

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Storage is important in every single home. If you feel that a breakfast nook will take away from your storage space, it’s time to get creative. Put drawers underneath your breakfast nook seats. Hang open shelving for dishes and plants. Or even put your nook in front of a bookcase. There are lots of options that can give you your dream breakfast nook without sacrificing storage in your home. (via 1, 2, 3)

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Patterned wallpaper is great for bringing color and life into any small space. If the breakfast nook in your home is a little set back in a real honest to goodness nook, cover that baby in your favorite patterned wallpaper. It will make all your breakfast photos even more spectacular. (via 1, 2, 3)

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Let’s talk about art for a second. If your breakfast nook isn’t next to a large window, that means you have empty wall space that needs filled. Think statement art and I promise you won’t regret it. One large piece will set the tone of your nook and make it a clean looking and pleasant space to spend your lazy Sunday mornings. (via 1, 2, 3)

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Don’t have an empty corner to make a little breakfast nook? That’s okay. Use your dining room to make a giant one! Having such long cushioned benches is like saying “Everyone come to my house for brunch every Saturday from now till forever.” It’s the same concept as a breakfast nook but large enough to accommodate all your friends and family. (via 1, 2, 3)

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One of the best reasons to put a breakfast nook in your home is because you have kids. These spaces make great places for creativity with paint and homework and dinner with a messy little one. The benches allow small children to sit at the table safely and when they grow up, they’ll want to hang out, lounging on the seats, while you make dinner. Do you need another reason to have a breakfast nook in your home? (via 1, 2, 3)