Banquette decor can be quite stylish!
There is nothing like a banquette to add a lot of coziness to your dining area. It also works with a large variety of design styles, whether you want to have a statement dining area or a chic but casual one. Check out these 10 banquette decor ideas that are fitting for any style!
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1 – Sleek leather
A leather banquette, along with a brass and leather chandelier from Apparatus, add visual interest to a black and white breakfast nook by Tamara Magel.
2 – Tufted blue
For a historic Brookline colonial, Massachusetts-based designer Nina Farmer chose a tufted banquette and chairs in a pastel blue shade.
3 – Classic stripes
A striped banquette adds a casual dining experience to an open floor plan. Design by Jaycox Architects & Associates.
4 – Statement Ikat
Barnes Vanze Architects opted for banquette seating, upholstered in a colorful ikat print, for a breakfast nook in Washington, DC. A red lantern infuses a touch of farmhouse style into the space.
5 – Pretty neutral
A combination of banquette seating and bar stools add variety to this inviting kitchen crafted by Tineke Triggs / Artistic Designs for Living.
6 – Sophisticated neutral
New York-based designer Patricia Bonis opted for custom banquette seating for an elegant breakfast nook. For an extra dose of glam, Bonis completed the design scheme with a starburst-style pendant light fixture.
7 – Understated neutral
Patterned throw pillows dress up a neutral banquette in a bright breakfast nook designed by Robin Gannon Interiors. An antique wood table provides balance to the look.
8 – Limed oak
A Sri Lankan teardrop light made from a recycled fish basket hangs above a late-1940s Finnish school chair and limed-oak banquettes in the breakfast area of artist David Salle’s Brooklyn home and studio.
9 – Charming stripes
Cushions covered in 1950s fabrics enliven the ticking stripe-upholstered banquette in the dining room of the Southampton, New York, cottage of designer Jacqueline Coumans; the floral-print cotton on the walls is by Comoglio, and a glass-top table is surrounded by flea-market garden chairs.
10 – Relaxed cotton
For the all-white breakfast room of a duplex in a Miami high-rise, architect Joe Serrins designed the lacquered cabinetry and a banquette with cushions covered in a Manuel Canovas cotton; leather-and–polished-steel stools are paired with Saarinen-style tables.
Of course we could not finish this article without recommending you our favorite banquette-style sofa! Sophia sofa is the perfect option for a mid-century modern ambience.
Sophia is a particular bench seat sofa that draws inspiration from the aesthetics of Mid-century Modern Design. It is upholstered in velvet and stitched from the top to the bottom. The base is made of gold plated brass and it has button tufted sides. The slightly degree reclining turns it into a lounge sofa, and the pastel customizable colors are what draws anyone further in the beauty of this piece.
A velvet dream sofa that complements the Sophia sofa, drawing inspiration from the aesthetics of mid-century modern design.
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