Sometimes a breakfast nook really is as simple as a thrifted bench and a table without a home. Just push them into an empty corner or nook in your kitchen, add a pillow and you’re ready to linger with your coffee.If you truly like the built in breakfast nook look, go ahead and get out your woodworking skills this weekend. Two simple boxes with cushions on top will fill the corner like they were meant to be there all along.Does your kitchen have a window seat? Then you are already halfway there. Find a table that fits perfectly in front of the seat and add some chairs on the other side.
The bench is the perfect place to add some cabinets or drawers to store those things you don’t need very often but don’t want to get rid of.Rustic kitchens deserve lots of rustic touches, even in the breakfast nook. Build your bench out of rustic wood for the perfect farmhouse touch. Then it won’t matter if you paint it or not.Windows in kitchens afford so much opportunity.
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Free Bench Plan at Jays Custom Creations. This free plan from Jays Custom Creations explains everything you need to build not only an outdoor bench but also a small side table. The bench requires some 2x4s, screws, and other standard woodworking supplies like glue and a saw. The cutting diagrams and placing illustrations in this plan are color-coded to make it super simple to piece together. Plus, all the measurements are clear and easy to understand.
I hope you listed “have a breakfast of champions every morning,” as one of your top three goals for 2015!This one is very simplistic and yet again there is a bench. With this bench though it gives it more of the picnic table vibe. Like a relaxed lunch in a park.. not overly done but still feels homey. It just feel so welcoming and cozy, like you could sit here for hours after dinner just chatting away with old friends.
The pros and cons of a timber benchtop. It’s important to consider your practical needs in the kitchen and take style cues from your own taste, as well as the timber itself. Every worktop is unique, with varying grain pattern and natural colour shifts that are part of the charm of the wood, says IKEA Kitchen Sales Leader Daniel Hood. Birch or Ash worktop finishes are a great choice to complement the Modern Scandinavian kitchen and bring warmth to an often white or neutral expression.