At this jewel box home in Palo Alto, a petite restaurant supply table flanked by steel-and-wood Lem Piston stools from Design Within Reach is the perfect place for toast and coffee.
A bright breakfast nook was installed in this cramped New Jersey kitchen as part of the architect's effort to create an inviting space for living and entertaining. Here, a Drum pendant lamp by George Kovaks hangs above a Docksta table from Ikea.
Life at this Japanese-inspired family home in Edinburgh centers on the dai koku bashira, a large, central pillar rich in architectural and spiritual significance in Japan. The residents eat breakfast on barstools beside the pillar, which is hewn from the trunk of a 100-year-old Scottish oak.
Breakfast nooks were once a signature feature of Spanish-style houses in Los Angeles. This knotty-pine dining nook in West Los Angeles is a nod toward the city's architectural past.
With limited space and resources, the resident of this tiny Los Angeles remodel transformed a previously unused corner into a nature-infused breakfast nook with a built-in bench and live-edge wood slab table.