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Banquette Beauties

Tuesday, September 13, 2011 | Category: Decorating, Design Inspiration, Dining Rooms

{from the September/October issue of Lonny Magazine}

It seems I am always and forever suggesting banquettes to clients for their eat-in kitchens, breakfast rooms, or dining rooms. Banquettes are often a great use of space, they provide maximum seating in the most compact areas and can double as storage too. Most often, they are practical and functional (and even offer a cozier place to sit and read a book or work on a laptop). I currently have a client building one for her new house, in the open flow kitchen / breakfast room and recently completed one for a client’s kitchen that has a very small breakfast nook. Over time, I have collected images of beautiful banquettes for inspiration!

{via Pinterest, via House Beautiful}

{via Pinterest, via Design to Inspire}

{via Pinterest, via Because It’s Awesome}

{via Pinterest, via Southern Living}

{via Pinterest, via Rue Magazine}

{via Pinterest, via Lonny Magazine}

{Proposed custom built banquette for a client, by Jill Seidner Interior Design}

{Proposed custom built banquette for a client, by Jill Seidner Interior Design}

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10 Comments to 'Banquette Beauties'

Erin 13 Sep 11 at 4:31 pm

We put a banquette in our kitchen a couple years ago and it was the best thing we could have done. We doubled our seating space and I think it looks much nicer than the standalone table and chairs did.

http://www.theimpatientgardener.com/2010/06/finally-kitchen-reveal.html

Kate @ Change of Scenery 13 Sep 11 at 6:10 pm

LOVE the butterfly artwork behind the mauve-ish (color?) banquette from Lonny Magazine. I always forget how updated that color can feel if done right.

Great post!

Kate
Change of Scenery

design elements 14 Sep 11 at 3:04 am

beautiful images ..,especially this one with the dark floor

online shopping 14 Sep 11 at 3:25 am

Beautiful banquettes. I love all images.

Luxury Interior Design 14 Sep 11 at 4:12 am

A wonderful collection of images. I think my favourite would have to be the sixth one down, I love that it is situated by the large windows and allows for natural light, perfect for night and day.

Hazel Schreiner 14 Sep 11 at 6:03 am

Just today Mum & I were discussing the odd corner in her kitchen and how she didn’t know how to ‘make it work’, now I know the perfect suggestion for her! Goodness knows how I didn’t see this for myself! Thank you for continuing to inspire.

:) Hazel
http://hazellovesdesign.blogspot.com

Heather 14 Sep 11 at 7:51 am

Proof that pops of color truly do add fun to any and every room! Great post!

Mary-Candles Lovers 14 Sep 11 at 5:24 pm

so beautiful!!!

Castelle patio furniture 14 Sep 11 at 6:03 pm

Lovely!!! Great post!!!!

Interior Pro 14 Sep 11 at 11:31 pm

I am gaga over that red chandelier. Very beautiful. Simply Beautiful!

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