Smart Kitchen Nook Furniture Ideas

Mar 19th

Kitchen nook furniture were once included in every new home. They gave a place for quick meals other than dining.  “Chimney” of today’s modern kitchen has replaced dining room as center of family activity. “Old” small table and benches have enjoyed a renaissance as part of this trend.

Vintage Kitchen Nook Furniture
Vintage Kitchen Nook Furniture

Build kitchen nook furniture may involve talents of all and make a handy nook for family activities, homework, arts and extra space for large items.

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Find a corner or a hollow, closed on three walls area that can be used for a nook cabin style. You need at least 4 feet on one side for banks (called “sidewalks”). If your nook is around corner, one side can be reduced to locate a long but not as wide table.

Plan your kitchen nook furniture from recess to fit into space. Seats must be at least 12 inches deep (add 4 inches to back of bank) and 16 inches long, 14 if you plan to add cushions. Once you have distributed seats, you can measure space for table. Make this elongated square or pie-shaped room. You can also Use a small a trestle table or make table for nook. Cut two trestle legs and connects with a notch and with one arm outstretched.