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March 25, 2011 by Jane F 15 Comments Built-in seating is back as a way to make a kitchen cozier or deal with an informal dining corner. Whether you call it a banquette or a booth, built-in table seating has returned as a popular way to maximize space in kitchen corners, breakfast areas, or small dining rooms.
The base of a corner unit is made to match the paneling on the walls of a kitchen by Chicago designer Kara Mann [top]. In a small apartment, the banquette corner is created by placing one leg of the seating space at a right angle to a wall so the back forms a low room divider and an artificial nook high enough to support back cushions.


With the long, rectangular table this area can easily seat six and it makes great use of a  very pretty corner with wonderful views.  While the cushion is relatively thin, nearly a dozen back pillows allow for infinite adjustments. No matter what the style of the room, a built in – basically a cushion-covered bench – can be tweaked to coordinate with the basic scheme and accommodate tables of different shapes and sizes.  They also can be great, affordable DIY ventures. While the handsome pendant light upstages the area, cushions line the bench, which seats at least three at the iconic round Saarinen pedestal dining table. When I was really small my Dad had a red leather upholstered booth built into the corner of our kitchen.






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