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Cottage Breakfast Nook


Use shutters, benches, shelves and pops of color to give your breakfast area a cottage feel. Come see every detail at http://www.mom4real.com/2012/07/my-new-breakfast-nook.html.
Aqua, white, red, and yellow accents all come together to give this breakfast nook the perfect cottage feel.
Aqua, white, red, and yellow accents all come together to give this breakfast nook the perfect cottage feel.
I used a bench for seating against a window with a poor view.  I added some dropcloth pillows for a fun touch.
I used a bench for seating against a window with a poor view. I added some dropcloth pillows for a fun touch.
For a centerpiece, I added a few items I had around my kitchen.  The old Ball jar was a gift from my mother, and I scored the glass bottles and wire basket from Decor Steals!
For a centerpiece, I added a few items I had around my kitchen. The old Ball jar was a gift from my mother, and I scored the glass bottles and wire basket from Decor Steals!
My favorite detail in the room is this shutter.  I found it at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore for $2.  I threw a quick coat of oops paint on it and propped it in the corner.
My favorite detail in the room is this shutter. I found it at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore for $2. I threw a quick coat of oops paint on it and propped it in the corner.
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