The cute chair is from Lee Industries, we slip covered is in a washable cotton so we are carefree at the beach.
Part of the Ballard Design collection. They have different sizes, corner pieces, and pretty fabrics to choose from. Prices are $359 to $743
(Diana this is your next project) I can see this with a large farm table.
The above photo is a job we completed a few months ago. Sorry about the clipped photo but you can see we used a curved bench from Lee Industries to create a cozy nook feeling. Just right for sipping wine.
The photo below is the same look.
This looks like they gained new seating.
Our very mid century look. We had this banquette made from straight grained maple, with lots of pillows.
Not a banquette but we created a very cocktail friendly nook instead of another table. We used two chair and 1/2's Good for a light lunch with conversation.
Could it be that America is returning to family dinners. I really hope so! I was installing the cushions on a rather large banquette yesterday and realized I have completed several of these in the last few months. My seamstress ( who is a bit pushy, you will see, she is writing a guest blog next week) said "can't you find a cushion at Ballard Designs or someplace". She is definitely sick of making cushions. Banquettes are a great place for family's to gather. For eating, playing games, or just hanging out. They offer more comfort than a chair and have a cozier feeling. The new Victorian style home I was installing in yesterday had a bay window in the living area. It was