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Shop Our Space: Breakfast Nook








I was so excited to share our Breakfast Nook with Laura Ashley with you all on Domino.com a few weeks back.  This week I will be sharing the sources & tutorials we used to create this space.  It is small, but certainly packs a punch.  It also makes our little kitchen feel larger (& purposeful). So not only do we eat our meals here, it has also become a favorite spot for coloring, additional food prep & a place other than our floor to land the grocery bags when we walk in the house.  Only having about four feet of counter space total in our kitchen, the addition of this table has been a game changer!

Here are the sources for the additional items we used in the space...

Table: Ikea Docksta // Chair: Ghost Chair (only $55) // Area Rug: Loloi Nyla Rug // Cake Stand: Minted // Large Glass Cloche: World Market //  Top Knot Print: Elizabeth Mayville //  Striped Candles: Waiting On Martha //  Green & Ivory Greek Key Trim: MJ Trimming // Pelham Mugs: Laura Ashley  //  Gold Dipped Spoons: Waiting on Martha  //  Chalkboard Jar: Anthropologie  //  Doughnuts: Krispie Kreme & they were awesome. 

Gold Rimmed Plates are discontinued from Target, but there are a few on eBay if you really want them.

So stay tuned this week for tutorials on the banquette, wallpaper panels, drapery & the tassel trim pillow.


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21 comments:

  1. Wow! what a sweet space! I love the colour palette you have used - great job :)

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  2. That is a very pretty space indeed! My kitchen nook has the same table in the marble but I have no chairs yet, deliberating between the ghost chair or the Thonet Bentwood ones in raw wood. I love the polka dotted fabric, it is so cute! Great job, as always!

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  3. This small space lives really big and it looks fabulous. I love the ghost chair, it doesn't take up any visual space at all. Perfect table too. Great job.

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  4. Hi Gail!
    It was a DIY & I will be sharing the info on that soon as well!!

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  5. I LOVE the floral and the trim and the polka dots!!! So fresh.
    Is the bench an oil cloth? Is it weird to sit on? I looked online to buy the fabric and it threw me off.

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  6. Awesome! Looking forward to reading about that!

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  7. I can't take my eyes off the lucite curtain rods no matter how hard I try. I need them in my life!

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  8. I love this look so much. It is simple, feminine, but still sleek and modern. Perfection!

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  9. I love this! Wish I had a breakfast nook in my home!

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  10. You totally nailed it with this one Kristin. I love it. I think my favorite part is how you used feminine touches and pink in a way that doesn't look too overdone/ "girls only" - totally family-friendly. The mix of patterns is breathtaking.

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  11. Ok, this space makes me want to incorporate pink in the new house. Dang it! How to break it to the husband...

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  12. I thought those looked like Krispy Kreme, and I have to say, they look much more inviting than the grapefruit. Ha! All jokes aside, it's such an amazing space!

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  13. I adore this space!! I also can't wait to hear about the lucite curtain rod. The colors are perfect!!

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  14. I recently discovered your site and I love it, Kristin! Such amazing inspiration for my home decor :)

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  15. I love the lucite rods and the completely modernized Laura Ashley look!

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  16. really love the mix of old and new. those stripe candles in that sconce are such a charming detail!

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  17. I don't usually gravitate toward floral prints, but I love the overall execution of this look. The Greek key trim is the perfect finishing touch, and that subtly luxurious rug grounds everything perfectly. I'm looking forward to your tutorial on making the framed fabric panels.

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  18. I am dying to see this tutorial! = ) I have three windows that need these. ; )

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  19. Great job! It's gorgeous! Breakfast nooks are a fun element -I am amazed how much we love and use ours also -and is brings such a unique touch to the kitchen too! (Psst you cancheck out mine here: http://julieloveshome.wordpress.com/2011/02/27/the-breakfast-nook/ )

    Question: where did you find those (drool) lucite curtain rods?!
    I. Must. Have. Them.

    Thanks!
    Julie

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