Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Buffalo Check for (Christmas) Breakfast

Home of Betty Peachey, Design by Randy Luken, Photo by Daniel Feldcamp for

Oh, to have a breakfast nook surrounded by windows where you can cozy up with a cup of coffee in your pajamas on a cold winter morning. And when I pine for this type of space, the image in my head usually looks something like this one above. 

I am 100% on board with the color blue at Christmas and its role on these chairs is stunning. And hung wreaths are so timeless and beautiful, especially when hung with a pretty ribbon. I love simple spaces that pack a delightful punch.

Y'all, last week was c-r-a-z-y-town. I'm shocked I survived, to be honest. But I did...though I peaced out on the blog last week (sorry if you noticed and/or missed me). I'm committed to fully enjoying the next two weeks of Christmas because I know I'm going to blink and my favorite holiday will be over!


  1. I was just thinking of you because I was in your favorite shop in Charlottesville - Caspari! That place is amazing -you're right and I made a large dent in my wallet!
    Love this little dining nook - hope it has heated floors though!

    1. Stefan, I was LOVING the pix from your Cville trip! So glad you stopped at Caspari - it's a wonderland. Definitely my favorite shop on the planet.

  2. LOVE this little breakfast nook! I have always had a thing for them, and I sort of turned my patio into my breakfast nook. It never snows where I live, and rarely drops below 40 degrees Fahrenheit in the wintertime, so I can pretty much have breakfast outside all year long! I am loving the look of this nook, though. Those chairs! Gah. So pretty!


  3. This little nook is pure perfection, love the blue and white and the orange contrast on the tablecloth is quite a punch!

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