While oversized islands have been #kitchengoals for years now, this year’s kitchen has a new status symbol: the breakfast nook.
A breakfast nook offers an ideal setup for meals (and not just breakfast!) without the pressure and formality of the dining room table. Plus, it works equally well in large and small kitchens. That’s why more and more clients are requesting one in their kitchen design, says Carol Estes, an interior designer in Southern California.
“Nooks are having their moment,” she says. “They take up less floor space than a traditional table and chairs, and they aren’t just for families with kids. They appeal to all ages and should be cozy, comfortable, encourage engagement, and communication.”
Read the following article to find out more: https://www.realtor.com/advice/home-improvement/breakfast-nook-design-ideas/