Space-saving corner breakfast nooks accomplish seating in a small space. Your corner dinette, which is Amish built to order, will be made of solid wood and finished to your liking. Beginning with a solid top table, our handmade nooks are completed by wrap-around seating and freestanding benches.
Place the real wood Hopkinton Dining Nook in the corner of your eat-in kitchen or dining space to save room and enjoy family meals. Amish made in the USA.
Accent your french country of farmhouse kitchen with a made-to-order Glenview Breakfast Nook from Countryside. Storage benches are paired with a pedestal table.
A white painted finish and seat upholstery make our Clouseau Kitchen Nook a standout in any home. Shop and design an Amish made, real wood breakfast nook.
Customize our classic Brainerd Kitchen Nook Set in your favorite hardwood and finish. Wrap around bench seating, dining table, and freestanding bench included.
Function and design come together beautifully to create our Tomas Mission Corner Dining Set. A free standing table and benches create an intimate dining nook.
Accented with long mission slat work and a rectangular central table, the Hereford Breakfast Nook is a stunning corner seating option for your eat-in kitchen.
Our Silkwood Breakfast Nook is handmade using hardwoods. Two of the wall benches offers storage and the rectangular table offers a spacious gathering spot.
An Amish made nesting table set with storage stools. Our Kirkwood Self Storing Nook Set features a square table with a hydraulic lift top and four stools.
Perfect for those seeking a space-saving design, the Cassidy Self Storing Nook Set includes a round table and four seats that tuck neatly under the table.
Customize a Verona Mission Breakfast Nook, complete with hardwood construction and mission flair. A clipped corner pedestal table is a standout.
Classic in Oak, the Liberty Corner Kitchen Nook features a paneled corner bench, ornate single pedestal table, and classic Amish church bench.
Offering solid wood breakfast nook sets for the corner or center of your eat-in kitchen, Countryside Amish Furniture is your premier source for solid wood furniture. Their understated design and clean lines allow them to blend in with a variety of interior designs and aesthetics, while rich finishes complete the look with charming wood grain. Small kitchen tables, otherwise known as dinettes or breakfast nooks, are a fantastic way to create a homey atmosphere in your kitchen or dining room. Create a solid wood breakfast nook for your home.
- What is a breakfast nook?
Breakfast nooks are small dining areas, typically located in or near the kitchen. Amish made, solid wood kitchen nooks often feature a square or rectangular table surrounded by bench seating. Modern breakfast nooks are used for a variety of different activities outside of eating breakfast each morning. They’re used for reading, playing board games, doing homework, working from home, arts and crafts, and more. While some nooks are nailed, bracketed, or directly built into the wall, this is not a defining characteristic.
- What type of light is best over a breakfast nook?
While ideally your breakfast nook will receive plenty of indirect morning sunlight, you may also consider adding hanging lights to the dining ensemble. Hanging light fixtures, or pendant lights, are suspended below the ceiling by a wire, chain or rod. These popular light options can be configured at various heights with opaque or clear bulbs. Illuminating a breakfast nook with the right lighting choice can create any mood you wish for this space.
- How do I decorate a breakfast nook?
No matter what type of style you decide to go in, your breakfast nook should always be cozy and inviting. Don’t be afraid to allow natural light, and mix and match plenty of different hues with your decor. Adorn your bench seating with decorative pillows, and add a stunning centerpiece to accent the space. Define your breakfast nook area with statement curtains or pendant lighting. From classic mission to rustic farmhouse, kitchen nooks can be accented with your favorite design elements.
- Are breakfast nooks outdated?
Breakfast nooks reached the height of their popularity in Craftsman homes of the 1920s and 1930s, but design trends do make comebacks. At Countryside Amish Furniture, we believe a breakfast nook can transform an unoccupied space into a cozy dining area.
- How do I measure for a breakfast nook set?
A typical breakfast nook will seat 4-6 people. A minimum place setting is 24-27 inches wide, while ideally you would allow 30 inches. Freestanding breakfast nook sets have a general footprint of approximately 5’ x 6’ consisting of a dining table and wraparound bench corner seating. Most breakfast nook tables have a standard 30-inch dining height with a square or rectangular top.