12 Cool Corner Breakfast Nook Table Set Ideas
If you’ve got the space, we’ve got the inspiration. We’ve compiled a quick list of 12 cool corner breakfast nook table set ideas that will make mornings easier, brighter and a whole lot more comfortable. Of course, we’re fans of the chic and unique, but take a peek at our picks for some traditional and classic pieces as well. Enjoy!
Modern is structure but traditional in its two-tone camel and chocolate brown color, this set is made for a bit bigger of a nook. Add accents for pops of color, but more importantly, this piece can fit into so many different homes with different styles – from rustic to chic. We love the bench and chair combination as well as its ability to truly fit right into a corner of the room.
There’s a retro vibe going on with this nook piece that we’ve swooning over. It’s subtle, yes, but the print of this set makes it quite unique. The bones are traditional and fit into a contemporary vibe, even those with a more masculine vision. And again, we love the mixed seating with the combination of both chair and bench options.
Bigger than most breakfast nook sets, this eat-in choice is a beautiful one. The mixed mediums of wood and leather make it interesting and fashion-forward. We’ve got mixed seating with the bench and chairs, but most importantly, we’ve got space for larger families to enjoy in the mornings before the kids are off to school and parents are off to work.
An old-age spirit swirls around this breakfast space with its vintage pattern, stud accents on the chair and traditional, wooden foundations. It fits into the room with an easy effort an it also utilizes the elongated space just right. We love how it can serve as a breakfast area but also for dinnertime with family and guests as well.
An extremely modern and luxury piece, and at first glance, not a “true” breakfast nook choice, this selection is a beauty and we believe if you’ve got the space, then use it! The white leather seating and dark woods provide an interesting and classic contrast to a stylish and fashion-forward home with posh vision. It’s perfect for a glass of wine with friends or a quick danish in the morning.
This has to be my personal favorite of the entire list. It’s eclectic, it’s youthful, completely hipster with lots of texture and interesting appeal. We love the mixed and matched style and subdued and relaxing coloring, with the perfect pop of bright mustard to shock the senses, which is especially nice in the morning.
What’s great about this set is that it doesn’t appear to be an actual set. It’s a casual choice made with casual style in mind. The bench fits the wall space perfectly, the glass table makes for an easy addition and the basket-woven chair came from a set the family already had. Voila! Instant inspiration for creating your very own breakfast nook dining area.
Modern and luxurious, this charcoal corner was made just for this space. There’s a step up to enjoy and the textural bench makes for a very welcoming and cozy feel a midst the contemporary and clean edged surface. All it needed was those throw pillows to make it a more cozy and homey addition.
This is what you usually think of when you hear the words “breakfast nook.” It’s small, it’s quaint and this one in particular has a sleek, stylish feel to it. We can easily see this in a bachelor pad apartment or a small, newlywed home needing to utilize every bit of space available around them. All the spot needs is a hot cup of coffee and a newspaper to make you feel comfortable and right at home.
Now this kitchen was designed with versatility and functionality in mind. Without the addition of this arrangement the entire back of the kitchen would be missing its edge. The bench and chairs create the perfect area for afternoon snacking and homework after school. We also love how darker colors are used to set it off in the lighter, more neutral room.
A rustic and rich kitchen filled with comfort and homey essence, take a peek at that large area in the corner highlighted by beautiful windows and a antler-filled chandelier. It’s got a very vacation, cabin-feel but also, like its predecessor, utilizes every inch of the space given. It’s perfect for quick dinners and lunches during the summertime.
This rounded corner is beautiful and we love how this interesting bench fits right inside its hooked form. The pattern play is fun between the back of the booth and the chairs but the neutral tones also makes it easy to blend and style around. It’s also more stylish than more family-friendly choices but still works in homes with larger groups of people.