Nutritionists have always said, “breakfast is the most important meal of the day,” however, finding the time and space to actually eat it is a different story. This is mainly due to most kitchens not having a designated breakfast space- till now. If you have been looking into upgrading or adding to your breakfast space this guide is the one for you!
Add a Coastal Touch
If you have always been intrigued by coastal décor or want to give your home a beach house vibe, this one is for you! Add rattan furniture and pair it with bright shades of navy, white, beige and tropical prints for that beach house feel that beams off of your décor.
Blue with Brass
This color combination feels rich and luxurious without being over the top. Pair your navy chairs with darker hues of brown and brass for a little something unique while still being classic and put together. Furthermore, consider adding a wallpaper for a sleek brightening effect.
There is just something about using multiple décorative elements that might seem like they might not necessarily work well together, but when they put together it into one space the room comes to life. The same goes for your breakfast space. Pair string lights paired with fun chairs that are unique, yet fun to look at and have.
A wooden built-in bench is great when you want to have a classic yet informal vibe to the room. Add a few printed, colorful throw pillows to brighten up all the wood you already have while giving you that touch of color and beauty. Consider printed bits to add an additional layer of texture and unique character.
If you have a set of windows in your kitchen, take full advantage of it by having your breakfast nook directly in front of it. Use colorful elements to bring your outdoor décor directly inside for a sleek touch that makes sense to the room. Keep your decor airy and open to ensure your window feels like the main focus of the room.
White & Airy
There is nothing quite as appealing as having an airy room that feels fresh and clean. Achieve this by having mostly white decorative pieces in the room and pairing them with other simple bits. Doing so will have that brightening effect that feels seamless to the space.
As the weather begins to warm up for most of us, it is time to bring in the yellow hues. Add pops of yellow here and there to bring the area back to life. If the brightness of the hue scares, you consider patterned bits with neutral hues to break it up a bit.
Minimal & Small
Your breakfast space does not need to be loud and in your face, it can be simple and chic. That is where a minimally decorated breakfast nook comes into play. Add a simple table and chair combo and allow the rest of your décor to flow instead of giving your breakfast nook the spotlight.
If you do not have the space for a full-on nook, add a tiny window seat and pair it with a simple table to create a unique coffee nook. A simple spot for you to enjoy the morning sunrise with your favorite cup of coffee. You might even want to consider using color throughout to give it a bold touch even though you want to remain as simplistic as possible.
If you are planning to keep your furniture simple, consider patterned floors. Patterned flooring is great when you want to bring a brightening effect to the space. Doing so creates an interesting visual yet doesn’t take away from what you already have.
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