Black Kitchen Cushion Nook Idea
Because chairs need to slide in and out, a table-and-chairs set isn’t always the most efficient way to furnish an informal eating area. If space is at a premium, consider a banquette. It occupies less than half the floor space a table and chairs require yet seats the same number of people. Plus, banquettes strike our fancy for the same reasons we choose a booth in a restaurant: privacy, intimacy, and camaraderie. Besides the standard restaurant booth setup, banquette options include U shapes, L shapes, semicircles, and hybrids combining bench seats and chairs. Although box seats work especially well in recessed areas, you can build a banquette flush against a wall, too. A booth for four with fixed seating can fit into a 42×60-inch space.