Have you been to a friend’s kitchen and gotten stuck at the nook wondering why yours cannot look this magnificent? Are you looking for new ideas to renovate your kitchen and make it more comfortable so that mealtime can initiate intimate conversations for family and friends? Whether you are looking for a spot for that solo cup of coffee, a reading session over a drink, a place to spend your lazy Saturday mornings, or just a new idea for your home, here are fresh kitchen nook ideas for 2020.
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36 Best Kitchen Nook Ideas
1.Fully Lit Table By the Window
Light has a way of waking up all your senses and brightening your morning. This idea by Emily Henderson gives you a cocktail of comfort, style, and functionality. When the table is set next to a large window, the spirits around the table will always be high, helping to create the most memorable mealtimes.
2.Coastal Breakfast Corner Bench
Do you have a window through which the sun often sneaks? Add a bench by the wall with soft cushions, throw pillows, a dining table, and chairs on the opposite end. With a theme color based on personal preference or the season, this will turn out to be the favorite spot for everyone to spend time.
3.Curved Kitchen Bench
Curved tables have a way of bringing everyone together. The curved kitchen design helps you to pack more people in a small space and make it easy to start conversations. The design restricts activity in the area to just dining.
4.Full Square Kitchen Design
If you have a big kitchen, you do not have to squeeze your nook at a corner. The Full Square Design provides a place everyone will rush to in the morning for comfort and chit chat. By removing the dining chairs, you are inviting everyone to spend more time over meals and drinks.
Notice the quality of cushions on the couch and dining seat. The design allows you to spend more time at the nook and make it more intimate. If you are a couple that loves laughter over meals and a playful feel in the house, this is your design.
6.Malibu Closed-Up Design
The Malibu Closed-up design is minimalistic and uses warm-wood material to create the holiday feel. It allows for a very small space to accommodate more people. Also, it gives you a holiday feel every time you are having your meal.
7.Holiday Kitchen Feel
If home is where the heart is, then this is the perfect kitchen nook idea to make everyone feel at home. The nook forms a seamless part of a relaxing kitchen environment where everyone will feel at ease. The throw pillows and striped camping stools complete the holiday mood.
8.Ready for the Drama
This is an impressive, comfortable yet minimalistic feel for a kitchen. The area looks like a studio where drama is about to happen. With cushioned benches, dramatic artwork on the wall, and a single pendulum light, your kitchen is complete.
Color inspires mood, turning your kitchen into a laughter-filled space. With windows on two walls and a surrounding bench, everyone has space and a seat for the head. A single pattern, color, or shade adds to the cheer.
As a parent, it is a delicate balance to accommodate children while still looking for a comfortable space for you. Wide windows, a pendant light, and playful art on the wall add the cheer needed for kids. The place is inviting to kids but also cool enough for adults.
An art gallery gives you a classic kitchen and idea of class. Match the gallery with vintage chairs, floor tiles, and wall texture and the design will be complete. It gives a feeling of a calm and reflective dining area.
12.Backyard Kitchen Nook
Is the kitchen nested somewhere in a backyard without much light or open space? Build this unique backyard kitchen nook design with classic while surfaces to brighten the kitchen and smaller windows to create a sense of enclosure. A few plants on the windows bring the room to life.
13.Beachfront Kitchen Nook
Characterized by long windows, you have a beautiful view of the water but glasses protect you from the wind. A wooden floor makes the floor soft and pleasant to bare feet for your holiday mood. Whether you have a couch or dining seats, the water view will cover it all.
14.Cathedral Chapel Kitchen Nook
The door makes you feel like you are getting into a cathedral. A chandelier, long windows, and the corner location make you feel like you are in a chapel. It is a place for reflection, personal talks, and long lone meals.
15.Shrink Kitchen Nook
Forget the cushions, the wide tables, and pillows. If you only have a few inches to spare, place a cocktail table in the middle with two chairs. You have a place to review the papers and enjoy a cup of coffee.
16.Classic Patio Kitchen Nook
A kitchen nook at a patio is unique. With minimalistic furniture, a bold artwork on the wall enhances the look. It becomes the place for the family to hang out.
17.Petite Breakfast Nook
Designed for lovebirds, you only have two seats angled inwards. With a wall ahead or a beautiful painting, you leave room for no interference. It helps you to go deep into conversations or complete a project.
18.Traditional Kitchen Nook
This is a return to where it all started. Right next to the cabin, cushions are laid over kitchen drawers allowing food to come straight from the tabletop to the dining area. The wooden feel and proximity allow for morning chat as everyone rushes out for the day.
19.Inviting Kitchen Nook
A bench for one or two, a bistro table, and a stool is all you need. It's designed for a simple place to catch up by the window over a quick cup of coffee. You can also turn the place into a personal space for reflection and projects.
20.Sophisticated Home Office
If you can work from home, this is your ideal nook. The nook features more than a table. The absence of windows helps you to focus on the project at hand.
This is a place to work on your projects. It has no window or they are high up to minimize distraction. It also uses cool colors to help you focus.
22.Black and White Retreat Kitchen Nook
Designed by Nicole Davis, it offers a calm place for a reflective talk with your coach, mentor, or favorite book. The environment helps you to focus and avoid distractions. Simple chairs will take away comfort as a retreat should.
23.Nook in the Woods
It is desiged for kitchens next to a hedge-fence. Long windows to bring in light, a table in the middle, and dining chairs are all you need. A high roof will complement the design.
24.Drop Leaf Table
You do not need a permanent table. Pull the table from the wall or prop it with a tripod. The design adds functionality to the kitchen.
25.Day and Night Nook
The design by Robson Rak helps you to turn the space into a full-fledged dining room in the evening. Cushioned benches along the wall allow you to accommodate more people. It enhances the functionality of your space.
26.Personalized Kitchen Nook
Each kitchen is unique, meaning that you do not have to copy other designs. From a rag on the floor to the texture on the roof, develop a personalized design. It makes you feel at home and create a unique dining space.
27.Bar Stools for High Ceiling
The design is meant for kitchen nooks for pet talk or quick meals. The design by Hecker Guthrie is meant for houses with high ceilings that need to be shown. A single hanging light reminds people to look up.
28.Corner With Low Ceiling
If your kitchen does not have a high ceiling, you can still create a perfect nook. The design creates a warm corner for homeowners who want to spend more time indoors. Because of the low ceiling, you must check lighting and aeration.
29.Simple Window Shutter Design
A simple design says more than the complicated additions. This design by Hecker Guthrie helps you to skip upholstery and work with the window shutters. Simple patio seats, a table, and windows is all you need.
30.Executive Kitchen Nook
Do not spare anything to get the perfect kitchen nook. Install a velvet carpet of your preferred color. Complement the floor with royal décor to complete the picture.
31.Warm Kitchen Nook
Pick a warmer tone of white for your bench cushion and throw pillows. It feels more inviting and will give you a perfect place to rest. Enhance the room with avant-garde fitting to complete the aesthetics.
32.Outdoor Kitchen Nook
Raes gives you a unique idea for a balcony or outdoor kitchen nook. It makes every meal feel like one taken at a tourist hotel. A small bistro table and small-sized chairs is all you need.
33.Grayscale Kitchen Nook
The nook is developed by Nicole Hollis and features a classic monochromatic theme. The balance of classic and contemporary make your space to appear edgy yet calm. It fits a space with limited light.
34.Feminine Kitchen Nook
Give your kitchen nook a feminine taste by choosing particular colors, patterns, and fitting. Pink on the wall, dolls for pillows, and playful patterns on seat cushions will suffice. It makes a fashion statement about you as a host.
35.Solid Home Kitchen Nook
Kitchen nooks appear like additions but you can give it an identity. Heidi Caillier proposes the choice of solid furniture, wall texture, and wall art. Residents begin to associate the nook with family moments and memories.
36.On-Flight Kitchen Nook
Place your table, bench, or chair by the window and watch the world as you sip your coffee. This is a great place to read, watch sundowner, or monitor activity in the neighborhood. It is a nook for one or two intimate people to enjoy each other’s silence.
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