Breakfast Room Pictures From HGTV Urban Oasis 2020

Seaside style infuses every inch of this unique and eclectic breakfast room. From ocean green walls to antique fishing accents, the space maximizes the home’s natural light and creates a relaxing and organic place to start the day.

By: Jessica Lowry Vizzutti

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Photo By: Robert Peterson, Rustic White

Calm Seas

A large bay window creates a bright and airy backdrop for a relaxing breakfast room inspired by the area’s coastal locale.

Easy Gathering Space

A trio of chairs in natural wood and black combines with the large, upholstered window seat to provide ample space for a small group.

Relaxed Dining

Large windows provide ample natural light for a relaxing place to start the day. A mix of pillows purchased online from local businesses bring soft textures and local style to this seaside inspired nook.

Natural Textures

Natural light floods the breakfast nook and creates a peaceful atmosphere to enjoy a morning cup of coffee. Natural textures found in the pendant light and wooden chairs add organic accents that enhance the serene feel.

Oceanic Accent

A seagrass pendant anchors the space above the table while adding a coastal accent that evokes the rugged beauty of Maine’s beaches.

Coastal Calm

Custom Roman shades add graphic texture to the windows and echo the sea-green wall color found throughout the room.

Antique Accents

An antique crab cage becomes a piece of art when hung on the wall of the breakfast nook. Maine’s fishing heritage is reflected throughout the HGTV Urban Oasis 2020 through antique and locally sourced accent pieces that bring a sense of place to the home.

Open-Concept Style

A vintage industrial light adds eclectic charm to the adjacent seating area. The open-concept floor plan between the breakfast nook and seating area makes it easy to entertain a crowd or just relax and unwind with plenty of natural light.

Soft and Serene

Green walls feel calm and serene while a vintage ladder displays blankets in coral and green tones that echo the paint colors used in the entry and living spaces of the downstairs.

Seaside Contrast

The home’s bold coral and white entry plays off the colors of a life preserver vest and is a striking contrast to the soft green tones found throughout the living space and breakfast nook.

Vintage Textures

Locally sourced antiques including the large trunk and card catalogue cabinet add a sense of history to the space while an original painting of a female captain carries the coastal theme into the home’s artwork.

Haute Style History

A nautical painting anchors the space above the vintage trunk while a mix of books add texture and history to this corner of the home. Tones of blue and green in the painting connect the artwork to the overall color story of the home’s design.

Historically Organized

Antique furniture pieces like this vintage card catalogue and filing system are repurposed throughout the home to bring a sense of place while adding vintage texture.

Vintage Versatility

The antique card catalogue and filing cabinet adds ample storage to the room with a dash of vintage charm and makes a perfect side table for showcasing a collection of books or functioning as a buffet when entertaining a crowd.

High-Gloss Contrast

The wood floors of the breakfast nook and kitchen are painted in a high-gloss white that reflects natural light from the windows and adds a polished feel to the open concept space.

Easy Transition

The breakfast nook’s small footprint and open concept creates a seamless transition between the kitchen and living room areas. Allowing the architecture of the home to create a focal point around the bay window feels natural and in keeping with the original footprint of the house.

Angler Antiques

Vintage fishing baskets add coastal Maine style to the walls of the breakfast space while the antique chairs and card catalogue add storage and seating for any occasion.

Organic Elements

White paneled walls in the adjacent kitchen echo the painted white wood floors and natural textures found throughout the breakfast nook space.