Whether it’s a banquette in the corner of a kitchen or a small dining set-up in front of eye-catching bay windows, a cozy breakfast nook can make is that much easier to get out of bed in the morning and help you start the day off right. Here are six breakfast nooks that are full of charm.
Pristine shingle style home with pool. The heart of the home is a fabulous kitchen with oversized center island, built-in banquet and open to a spacious family room.
In the center of Riverside this six bedroom home offers three levels of light filled living space. The heart of the home is the gourmet kitchen, breakfast room and family room with fireplace flanked by french doors leading to both an uncovered and covered terrace with fireplace.
Epitomizing Old Greenwich’s relaxed style, this four-bedroom home, situated south of the Village, is filled with light, modern style and sophisticated charm. Features include a stunning kitchen with island, top-of-the-line appliances, and separate breakfast nook adjacent to family room with fireplace.
Known as the Jefferson/Ebert House, this antique Mid-Country Colonial was built in the 1840s, redesigned in 1905 by renowned architect, Theodore Blake, and masterfully renovated under the expert guidance of noted architect, Rob Sanders, resulting in a perfect blend of treasured history and contemporary expectations.