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Menswear-Inspired Eating Area

A fashion-forward breakfast nook.

The eating nook in Kirk's kitchen is defined by a corner banquette covered in canvas with a traditional linear stripe. "I like a dress shirt," says Williams Watt. Drapery made from tweed suiting fabric, a cashmere toss pillow, and a floral iron chandelier enhance the warm, casual look.

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  • Photographer: Kim Christie
  • Source: House & Home April 2006 issue
  • Products: Chandelier, Liberty; antique Chinese stool, Pacific Orient Traders.
  • Designer: Wendy Williams Watt

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