Photo by Douglas Friedman

The 2nd nook attributes a moody grey house and a very long bench for comfy seating. The two french doorways are great for indoor-out of doors entertaining.

Photo by Karyn Millet

The third style and design is all about lively hues. The inside designer, Bonesteel Trout Corridor, added colorful cushions and pillows to brighten up the all-neutral room.

Photo by Karyn Millet

My two favourite things…a gallery wall and a set-in nook. This fourth eating space is so charming. I adore the contrast in between the white brick wall and the deep midnight blue wall.

Photo by Meredith K Style

The fifth kitchen style is more creative than the many others. If you are not fearful of having a chance, then add a gorgeous textile ground to your breakfast spot. Interior designer, Meredith K Design, elevated the space by coordinating the tailor made bench seating with the navy and white flooring.

Picture by Amy Bartlam

This style is for the men and women that like to continue to keep it neutral, but with a chic twist. Jenn Feldman Designs, developed a custom corner sofa for her clients. It is sophisticated breakfast nook that virtually feels like you are in a city lounge.