I haven’t posted much on our kitchen breakfast nook, mostly because there wasn’t all that much to speak of on the subject. It was fine, but I had put minimal effort into making it anything special.
The original “Before & After” of the space from right after we moved in.
We kept the same cushions from the sellers, never had window treatments, and put up a light fixture I had in my college bedroom and our living in room in Chicago- and while I love the fixture, it wasn’t right for the space.
I had a wee-decorating moment when I moved the entry table desk in here…
…And it is by far the one of the most functional small changes I have ever made, but it still needed a bit mas.
We added roman shades in Peter Dunham’s Fiddle Fig Leaf Natural, and upholstered the bench cushion to match…
Brought in the new most amazingest light fixture- contact us for ordering information.
And decided on doing the large Chicago beach print from Gray Malin– which Pete especially loves as a reminder of his homeland.
I love how homey the space is now. Kitchens can feel so sterile, and having these layers goes a long way to making it a more livable space.