Moving Summer Inside: Daybeds in Sunrooms
As the weather turns cooler, the hammocks come down and we turn to the indoors. But one still needs a comfy place to bask in the sun even if it isn’t hanging between two trees, right?I have a small sunroom on the back of my house that’s the perfect place for such an indulgence. It’s empty right now (even though I’ve lived here for just over a year), but I dream of furnishing it with — among other things — a daybed.
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I currently live in a neighborhood of Chicago as a renter but would love to buy a house in the same area. Most of the houses are smaller craftsmans, tudors and bungalows with smaller kitchens. So I have really fallen in love with the idea of having banquette seating in the breakfast nook. Here are some great inspiration pictures: Loving this exposed brick wall! Love this booth seating and the soft colors. This antique-looking table looks great against the crisp white. This tiny booth is so…
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Playful Breakfast Nook A window-filled alcove functions like a dining room with a casual table, two slipcovered end chairs, and a pillow-topped banquette. The built-in bench and wall of windows make this small space seem much larger. Two vintage light fixtures hung with nautical rope instead of standard chains illuminate the space in this beach house.