Breakfast Nook

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GettnCreative Breakfast Nook being built.

Brother Roger Weatherman is building my new breakfast nook on October 20, 2012. He loves working with wood and did an awesome job even with uneven walls and ...

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    i very do love this nook. and yes, that's a folding table.

    Photo by natala007 on Flickr

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    Breakfast acreage and patio doors

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  • How high should a breakfast nook be built?

    I bought a breakfast nook-marker-thing from ikea. how high should it be hung?


    This all depends on the crest of your chairs. There should be approximately 11.5" from the top of the seat of the chair to the source of the breakfast nook surface. So, measure the height of the seat of the chairs you in view to use and add 11.5...

  • A Beverly Hills Makeover for an old LA Home's Breakfast Nook

    He chose Sherwin Williams Emerald paint, which he favors for its smooth application and its suitability as a long-lasting, high-hiding and washable paint ideal for the high-traffic kitchen nook. He covered the walls with a matte French Vanilla, then

  • A Beverlty Hills Makeover for an old LA Home's Breakfast Nook

    He chose Sherwin Williams Emerald paint, which he favors for its smooth application and its suitability as a long-lasting, high-hiding and washable paint ideal for the high-traffic kitchen nook. He covered the walls with a matte French Vanilla, then

  • Add seating to a small kitchen

    IF YOU BUILD IT Booth seating, either against a wall or built into a corner, is one answer. "You can create a breakfast nook using a built-in bench, or banquette, which will fit into even a tiny kitchen," said Fred Salerno of Manor House Kitchens

  • Fire causes $80K damage to kitchen area; nobody hurt

    A breakfast nook and the kitchen sustained the most damage. The rest of the house had smoke damage. Damage was estimated at $80,000. Fire investigators believe the fire started in a stuffed chair in the room next to the kitchen. The fire then spread to

  • /North Sioux City Kitchen Remodel

    The project involved removing most of the elements from the old 1941 kitchen, including the cabinets, soffits, plaster & lathe, 50 percent of the ceiling and an old breakfast nook, and opening up the space between the kitchen and dining room. Earl

me and jilly: jilly's breakfast nook, intimate two

It became marked 10 minutes after moving in that something would need to be done about the piles of shoes left just inside the door. I had a basket that we hand-me-down to corral the ever-increasing number of shoes in for awhile, but I hated the cluttered look of a million pairs piled in it. While perusing my adjoining Savers one day, I spotted this treasure. It got a fresh coat of creamy colored paint by none other than one of the best helpers in the life , my girl G, but I asked her to leave a little bit of the red just to add a bit of interest in the otherwise neutral space. As soon as I got it home and out of the frame, I indisputable that I loved the tattered look of the frayed, worn canvas edges... Source: me and jilly
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  • The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook

    Random House LLC. 2012. ISBN: 0307961060,9780307961068. 336 pages.

    Winner of the IACP First Book Award * Named one of Cooking Light magazine’s Top 100 Cookbooks of the Last 25 Years The long-awaited cookbook by Deb Perelman of Smitten Kitchen—home cook, photographer, and celebrated food blogger. Deb Perelman loves to cook. She isn’t a chef or a restaurant owner—she’s never even waitressed. Cooking in her tiny Manhattan kitchen was, at least at first, for special occasions—and, too often, an unnecessarily daunting venture. Deb found herself overwhelmed by the...

  • The New Bungalow Kitchen

    Taunton Press. 2013. ISBN: 1561588628,9781561588626. 216 pages.

    Builds on the popularity of the bungalow style to present a comprehensive guide to home kitchen design, including more than 250 full-color photographs, detailed plans, historical background, materials and appliance options, and hundreds of innovative ideas for updating, renovating, or remodeling one's kitchen.

  • Country Living Cottage Style

    Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.. 2013. ISBN: 1588165671,9781588165671. 176 pages.

    A richly illustrated guide to cottage style decorating provides both traditional and fresh new twists on the popular style, featuring an array of inspirational designs and ideas, ranging from a California bungalow furnished in flea market finds to a rural English retreat in a New York apartment, along with tips on how use color, work with wallpaper patterns, and display collections. Reprint.

  • Breakfast

    AltaMira Press. 2013. ISBN: 0759121656,9780759121652. 238 pages.

    From corn flakes to pancakes, Breakfast: A History explores this “most important meal of the day” as a social and gastronomic phenomenon. It explains how and why the meal emerged, what is eaten commonly in this meal across the globe, why certain foods are considered indispensable, and how it has been depicted in art and media. Heather Arndt Anderson’s detail-rich, culturally revealing, and entertaining narrative thoroughly satisfies.