Room Anatomy

Room Anatomy | Sacramento Street
This week’s Room Anatomy features a thoughtfully designed, cozy breakfast nook perfect for family meals, morning coffee, playing board games, or completing projects. The expansive window keeps this nook feeling bright and open. With these plush, colorful pillows and custom bench cushions, the banquette seating is a fantastic design solution to creating an eat-in kitchen. This is exactly where I would want to gather with friends for a casual weeknight meal or lounge alone with my morning coffee. If your home can not accommodate a built-in nook, see my suggestions below for creating a similar space with an upholstered pull-up settee, modern dining chairs, and colorful table accessories. Upholster your settee with outdoor fabric and use outdoor pillows to create a space that is more stain-resistant and family friendly.
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Resources: Circa Lighting: Hanging Pendant Light (another option by Zinc Door) | Houzz: Yuma Vases (set of two) | Cisco Home: Anise Settee (similar option by Pottery Barn) | Anthropologie: Monogram Mug | Pottery Barn: Hyacinth Place Mats (set of four) | Etsy: Yellow Pillow | Aldea Baby: Oeuf Mini Library | Designer Fluff: Zig Zag Pillow & Yellow Ikat Pillow | Zinc Door: Mesh Chrome Frame Dining Chair (set of two) | Houzz: Irish Coast Extension Table

Image Source: TMS Architects
Room Anatomy by Authenticity B. for Sacramento Street

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  1. Will @ Bright.Bazaar

    A window seat like that is literally what I dream of when I think of my dream home – no kidding! Wow.

    1. Authenticity B.

      Same!! Someday… 😉