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Breakfast Nook With A View

Large wraparound windows allow for a bright eating area.

In Ellen and Kacey Spengler's P.E.I. summer residence, the breezeway between the two houses is just large enough to accommodate a breakfast table. To create continuity and an indoor-outdoor feel, architect Thomas Moore used bare cedar floors that run outside to the deck.

For more great homes from eastern Canada, see our Photo Gallery: Best Of The East.

  • Photographer: Andrew Waller
  • Source: House & Home August 2007 issue
  • Products: Table, chairs, Rock Wood Casual Furniture.
  • Designer: Architect, Thomas Moore.

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