An off-white palette has been trending for the past 3-4 years or more and this year will be no exception. Using off-white hues as part of your décor works so well because pairing other colors in the space just became a whole lot easier. Add different shades of white to your breakfast nook for a look that is trendy yet works exceptionally well with any other décor pieces you may have.
White and Olive
Using different shades of green in your home can be particularly scary. This is mainly due to green being such a bold color. Instead of having green pieces, consider having olive hues instead. Olive hues will work well with white shades. Add bold olive-green chairs and pair them with white accents for a fresh twist in a sunny breakfast nook space.
Wicker chairs are traditionally used outdoors. However, adding them to your breakfast nook can give you a cheery effect right inside. Pair your wicker chairs with shades of yellow for that contemporary appeal that adds a bright contrast, when paired with the darker hues of wicker from your chairs. You can even add bright yellow pillows for a rounded pop of color that flows throughout your entire breakfast nook space.
Built-in Breakfast Nook
Built-in Breakfast nooks tend to be the most desired. They are easy to work with once you already have them installed. Plus, let’s not forget building your own breakfast nook allows you to create the perfect customized space for you and your family. Create a custom nook near a window for a bold space that sits directly in your kitchen. Keep your customized built-in breakfast nook simple. Maintaining the space simple will give your kitchen the main focus while still having the luxury of a breakfast nook.
Instead of having a large breakfast nook that allows seating for multiple people consider having a small area with a small table and one or two bar stools. Creating this personalized space will add a modern feel even to the most traditional kitchen. Not only that but having a smaller breakfast nook serves the purpose of having an intimate space where you can enjoy a nice warm cup of tea or coffee any time of the day.
Add a Bench
We are huge fans of having a bench in the kitchen space. We love the idea of having a bench because of how versatile it is. It allows you to have a larger seating area while still being cozy and traditional. You can always add to the bench if you need even more seating space which is another excellent reason to add one to your kitchen.
Adding darker hues into a bright kitchen creates the perfect contrast between the two. It creates “drama” in just the perfect amount. You can add darker hues by painting a wall a dark shade or by simply having darker shades of furniture as part of your kitchen nook space.
Powder Blue Hues
Powder blue became a popular hue to use in the kitchen space in the 1920s and it is now back on trend. Using the hue as part of your kitchen space adds that traditional feel that is also trendy. Add upholstered powder blue chairs for the perfect finish that is classy yet modern and contemporary.
As we me mentioned before yellow is such a bold shade that it adds a beautiful twist to any décor you may have. Having bold shades of yellow as your main color hue will make the space appear larger. Yellow works well with wooden items. Therefore, if you want to add a twist of modern, well still being cheerful and fun having yellow as your main color is the way to go.
Glam means different things to different people. Some individuals will tell you glam is having metallic hues around and others will tell you glam is having an exceptionally well-constructed chandelier. Both versions are correct. However, when it comes to glamorizing the space you want to take pieces that are elegant yet contemporary. Doing so will bring a glamorized twist to your décor.
Which of these breakfast nook ideas do you want to use as part of your kitchen décor? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments below.