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Bench seat dining

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Bench seat dining. Get inspired and try out new things.
Kid's room: Dana was going to use wallpaper in the bedrooms, but decided on feature walls of painted lining boards, which echo the original boards downstairs. "I let the kids choose which colour they wanted on the wall and Kennedy chose peach," says Dana. Round artwork, Poppies for Grace. Lamp (opposite, left), Reduxr. Cushion, Kip&Co.

After a couple of years in the US, this family has returned home to a pretty-as-a-picture Californian bungalow in Barwon Heads, perfect for life by the sea.

Bask in the serene beauty of this black and white Greek-inspired breakfast nook. The classic design exudes sophistication and nostalgia. Refined patterns from its diamond window panes, hand-knotted rug and chair backs.  The geometric pendant candle holder completes the look of this chic and modern hub.

Breakfast nooks offer a comfortable space to enjoy your morning cuppa, a quick lunch or some late-night snack. The tablespace is perfect for some paperwork while watching the oven, writing down your grocery list and additional kitchen counter space when needed. These mini dining

EVERYTHING about Banquette Seating: My Project, Ideas, and Trends for 2018 - The Made Home

My rule of thumb is that the finished height should be about 18" high and the bench depth should be about 18" deep, but can be more or less depending on your space.

Toronto designer Olivia Botrie of Dart Studio has advice on the steps you can take now that will help bring your dream kitchen closer to reality.

Toronto designer Olivia Botrie of Dart Studio has advice on the steps you can take now that will help bring your dream kitchen closer to reality.

Banquette seating is no longer reserved for restaurants and cafes, with more and more Australian homeowners swapping the traditional table-and-chairs setup for dining booths and breakfast nooks, for both practical and aesthetic reasons.

Banquette seating is no longer reserved for restaurants and cafes, with more and more Australian homeowners swapping the traditional table-and-chairs setup for dining booths and breakfast nooks, for both practical and aesthetic reasons.

The owners of this Sydney apartment made every inch of livable space count by packing some big ideas into one compact package – and then ‘filling’ it with plants.

The owners of this Sydney apartment made every inch of livable space count by packing some big ideas into one compact package – and then ‘filling’ it with plants.

A warm, minimalist kitchen from Nicolaj Bo | These Four Walls

The latest kitchen project from Copenhagen studio Nicolaj Bo is a great example of minimalist design that's also warm, welcoming and very practical...