A curved banquette and small wooden stools bring ample seating to this small space. Tablecloths, large pots, and even a mixer have a home in the bench, which features a lift-up top and coordinating patterned cushion.
An inlaid stone table provides a worry-free surface for kids' coloring and art projects. The unique furnishing snuggles up to a plush banquette bench with neutral pillows and framed artwork for small-scale style.
Smart function and sophisticated details are packed into every inch of this traditional kitchen. Extra-tall drapes bring the eyes upward to make the space seem larger while the upholstered banquette with studs makes comfy seating out of an open corner.
Every inch counts when it comes to a small banquette. Try these smart tips to help your space live larger than its footprint.
Salvaged pieces like a chunky lamp base and coffee table top form the table in this breakfast nook. Repurposing items, such as this chandelier made from a garden planter, costs little money while adding rustic charm to a limited layout.
The kitchenette in this guest house gives visitors a small space of their own. Maximize the little layout with an L-shape banquette that is suitably scaled. The seating's wood panels mesh with the doors and cabinets, while stripes on the floor add impact.
Practicality and style merge in this cook-friendly galley that features a mix of materials and smart storage solutions. The rounded banquette softens the angular lines of the room, while tall cabinets with mirror-front doors help keep the space from feeling closed in.
Tuck a tulip table into a tight kitchen corner for a stylish spot to grab lunch. Unique wall art and wood furnishings add warmth to the neutral-based room.
Skip the chairs and pair this clean-lined, colorful banquette with a simple three-legged table. The absence of excess furniture saves space in a tight kitchen and allows you to pull up extra seating when needed.
Each bench of this built-in banquette offers space for three adults to sit comfortably, plus a seventh person can sit on a chair at the end. Shallow storage beneath the breakfast nook keeps the kitchen clutter-free.
A custom-cut banquette bench or table is a savvy solution for a small kitchen. A kidney-shape pedestal table eases traffic through the doorway of this galley kitchen. The banquette bench opens to reveal hidden storage.
In a compact layout, it's best to keep seating out of the kitchen's core. Tucked into a corner, this built-in banquette is a comfortable, out-of-the-way place to enjoy a meal. Beaded-board panels hang horizontally for a fresh, unexpected look.
This updated bungalow kitchen proves that a better kitchen design doesn't require bigger square footage. Its built-in banquette incorporates Craftsman-style cabinetry for maximum storage, plus upholstered benches in easy-to-clean faux leather. Paneled walls add architectural character.
To make a small breakfast banquette feel formal, dress the space with slipcovered seats and a charming chandelier. A quick change of the lampshades and table runner make the nook ready for any occasion.
Utilize a sunny kitchen corner with L-shape banquette seating. A simple rectangular table fits snugly against the bench and provides ease of movement in and out of the dining area. Bamboo blinds, muted wall color, and earth-tone upholstery keep the space light and airy.
To make the most of a small kitchen, homeowners sacrificed a walk-in pantry to provide space for this built-in banquette. The two-bench nook takes up just 6 feet of space and provides an ideal dining area for a family of two.
Balance this banquette's sunny shade of yellow with warm red and brown pillows. A natural wood table grounds the room while a funky light fixture adds a punch of pattern.