It’s one thing for a home to have a dining area and a kitchen island, but there’s something special to be said for a full breakfast nook. Mornings are rough enough, so allowing yourself time to sit in a well-lit area with a view outside as you enjoy breakfast can mean the difference between a wonderful start to the day and a horrible one.
Below are several floor plans that feature a separate space for enjoying a relaxed meal. While these areas are referred to as breakfast nooks, they’re perfect for reading, working or eating in all day long. They’re usually located right off the kitchen for maximum convenience, while offering views of the backyard.
1. Open Space Farmhouse by FreeGreen
What makes this space so usable is the wide space between the kitchen and living space. The space sits right off the deck, for view of the backyard. It’s easy to place a table there to form a breakfast area. This home has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.
2. Contemporary Colonial-Style Farmhouse by FreeGreen
This kitchen space is expansive, with its long island. Extra space for a set-in breakfast nook adds to the usability of the area. This home has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
3. Island Breakfast Nook Farmhouse by houseplans.com
This kitchen’s layout is interesting, in that a small island for dining juts out into a set-in nook space. It’s perfect for eating breakfast, without needing to obscure anything with added tables and chairs. This home has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
4. Cozy Red Farmhouse by houseplans.com
This kitchen area has plenty of space for dining right off to the side. Here’s a breakfast nook space that sits right off the patio, making it feel like you’re eating outside, while staying dry and warm. This home has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.
5. Classic and Contemporary Farmhouse by Frank Betz Associates
This breakfast nook sits nestled away from the kitchen slightly, while having access to a covered porch space and its own entryway into the family room. It’s great for people who like a bit of privacy while eating. This home has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms.
6. Neoclassical Farmhouse by Dream Home Source
The breakfast area in this home has a logical placement right off the kitchen, with an entryway onto a back porch. Another entryway leads between the breakfast area and the family room. This home has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.
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