Get the Look: Coastal Modern Breakfast Nook

Get the look of this gorgeous coastal modern breakfast nook on the blog! | Image courtesy of Shift Interiors. Photography: Tracey Ayton Photography

via Shift Interiors (photography: Tracey Ayton Photography)

Welcome to this week's installment of Get the Look! This Friday series is a fun one. In these posts, I choose a photo of a beautifully designed space and source similar products to the ones shown so that you, my friend, can get the same look in your own home! Just like in any e-design project I would carry out for a client, my goal is to make the design affordable and approachable - no outrageously priced items here. :)

This week, I snagged a photo of this amazing breakfast nook from Shift Interiors, a Vancouver-based firm started by designer Jamie Deck. This super talented gal creates beautiful, fresh-feeling spaces, so if today's post speaks to you, make sure to head over and check out her whole portfolio. You won't be disappointed!

This little dining space may be small in size, but it's big on coastal modern style. The marble topped tulip table is a classic, and it works in just about any space! I love a round table in a tight space - you can typically fit more chairs around it, or you can make one side a bench like Jamie did here. 

I also love how she stuck to a cool neutral color palette and warmed it up with natural wood tones in the chairs and pendant light fixture. There's such beauty in simplicity, don't you agree?

Get the look of this coastal modern breakfast nook designed by Shift Interiors. // Breakfast nook, modern breakfast nook, tulip table, marble top table, mid-century modern dining

Marble Topped Tulip Dining Table* | Mid-Century Modern Dining Chairs | White Gallery Frames | Gray Tweed Pillow | Blue Silk Pillow | Gray and White Ikat Pillow | Glass and Wood Pendant Light | Gold Bird Figurines 

Total price for this look : ~ $1,400

As a side note, the picture frames on the wall almost look like they're whitewashed, but I went with classic white frames in my version of the look. You can't go wrong with those! I also found these frames in a antique silver, but the beige linen mats weren't doing it for me. If you love that look though, it would be super simple to swap the mats to white. An advantage of getting custom mats cut is that you can get one with an opening that's the exact size of the photo or art that you're framing (#winning). That's a great way to get a custom look for a reasonable price!

That wraps up another Get the Look! I hope y'all have great weekends, and as always, if there's a space you'd to submit for one of these posts, feel free to shoot me a note!

*This post contains affiliate links, which means Mix & Match earns a small commission from your purchase at no cost to you. 


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