Our breakfast room was originally a large room that the previous owners called a den. Since the room was 12 feet wide and 24 feet long, I decided to build a wall to separate the back section to create a 7′ x 12′ walk-in pantry. Then I turned the front part of the room into a breakfast room.
The room is temporarily being used as a sitting room, which is overall more useful to Matt (my husband who has M.S.) so that he can have a comfortable place to sit and spend a good deal of time each day. But as soon as we can build our addition onto the back of the house, which will include a new family room/media room, this room will be turned back into a breakfast room with a dining table and chairs.
You can see all of the posts about this remodel project, as well as all of the DIY projects that went into creating our breakfast room/sitting room, below.
Please note that these posts are listed in reverse chronological order, so you have to scroll down to the bottom of this page to find the very first post I wrote about the breakfast room remodel, and to see the project from the beginning.