Mornings are definitely not everyone’s cup of tea (or coffee), so why not create a space that will actually make you get out of bed quicker every day? Breakfast nooks are a perk in any home, plus they can add resale value in the future. They can also add plenty of added seating space, perfect for entertaining friends and family.
With so many different styles for everyone, these breakfast nook concepts below can offer some great design ideas and help inspire you to include them in your next home search.
Presented by Shaun Worthen
Southern California living at its finest! This elegantly-designed home in the community of Santaluz offers premier resort-style amenities such as a large pool and barbecue space, covered patio, and an updated kitchen with tons of features. One of our favorite spots? This small nook overlooking the backyard.
Presented by Laura Drammer
The entry level floor of this plantation-style beauty effortlessly blends casual living and grand-scale entertaining, with a cozy eat-in kitchen and family room, plus formal living and dining rooms. With views like these throughout, we guarantee you’ll never want to leave home.
Presented by Valerie Punwar
This charming traditional features a sun-filled entry into the open living room/dining room with beautiful wood floors, a grand fireplace, and windows overlooking the lush backyard retreat. The updated French Country kitchen offers granite counters, Italian stone backsplash, a Viking burner stove, sub-zero fridge, wine fridge, Fisher Paykel dishwashers, large sunny breakfast area, and a separate desk with built ins. An entertainer’s dream home!
Presented by Colleen Swinney
The magazine-quality chef’s kitchen is highlighted by soaring beamed ceilings with a large breakfast nook. It includes top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances, gorgeous granite countertops, beautiful bay windows, and an oversized center island, which opens to a great room. This modern yet traditional home is ready for you to customize and make your own.
Presented by Margaret Cashion
This warmly unique California bungalow draws you in from its private, covered deck entry. Rough-hewn beamed ceilings crown ample double-hung wood windows and skylights throughout, favoring trees and sky. It offers an amazing lake house feel with an open kitchen, butcher block counters, copper accents, and versatile lighting that serve the dining nook and counter seating. Don’t forget to tour this property virtually for an even better feel of the home.