Source: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The breakfast nook typically has the connotation of a built-in, cozy area for meals, said Rick Goldstein, architect and company principal with Atlanta-based MOSAIC Group [Architects and Remodelers]. The nooks provide more intimate dining spaces and can fit with any style of home, he adds.
When a client contacted MOSAIC to remodel a dysfunctional kitchen with an awkward layout, the scope included a larger footprint than originally planned. They created a more spacious kitchen with two casual eating spaces – the island and a built-in, custom banquette with a retro design – for the family of six.