Top 5 Breakfast Rooms
Floor Plan Ideas
Floor plans that incorporate the flexibility and convenience of a breakfast room are a top request for new homes. Below are our top 5 most popular breakfast room designs - from efficient and casual to elegant and formal.
Breakfast room design #1
Breakfast rooms are commonly located between the kitchen and great room.
This floor plan design reflects a sweeping curved bay area - a modification to a plan that originally portrayed an angled breakfast room.
This space is perfect for a long table, centered under the hanging light.
The curved bay design gives this custom home an open, flowing feel.
And the windows let tons of light into the kitchen and great rooms, for an even more airy effect.
The original layout is fantastic too, with sharply angled walls creating a completely usable area.
Breakfast room design #2
In this second example, the breakfast room still sits between the kitchen and great room, but an additional wall provides a more distinct look between the rooms.
The bay bump-out opens up this breakfast room, allowing for a larger table.
The Breakfast Room bumps out, then angles back in to allow a mirror bump out for the Great Room.
Breakfast room design #3
In our third example, this breakfast room was designed with more formal appeal, through features typically seen in a formal dining room: wainscoting, crown molding, vaulted ceiling, and transoms above every window.
A 13 foot by 12 foot breakfast room is large and versatile. A table could seat eight comfortably in this space.
The breadth and formality of the breakfast room frees up the formal dining room at the front of the home, which can easily be converted into a home office.
Breakfast room design #4
This custom home design added a second "island" as a built in breakfast table.
The homeowners wanted to combine the feeling of a breakfast room table with the functionality of a kitchen island.
A different cabinet and counter top styles and colors were chosen to off-set the table-height island and create a smooth transition from the kitchen to great room.
This island allows seating for up to five people.
Breakfast room design #5
Floor plans with a breakfast room situated directly between the kitchen and great room are another popular request from homebuyers who want to build a custom home with everything just the way they want it.
This custom home, a version of the Azalea Park, provides an open design, functionality, and special architectural details that add distinction.
The arched entrance and picture cut-outs really open up this home with artistic details.
It's easy to make your own breakfast room space, when you work with an award winning design team like ours, that walks you through the entire process - from creating a floor plan with a breakfast room design you love, to finishing the effect with trim color, lighting fixtures, and furniture placement. You're never held back to a certain set of plans when you create your own environment with a truly custom builder. Contact Stanton Homes to learn more about building a custom home in North Carolina.