A banquette seemed “of the time,” she says, and it provides a cozy seating area. The two wooden chairs pulled up to the table belonged to her husband’s grandmother, and the yellow chair is just one of the odd pieces of wicker she has collected. With lots of windows and doors, the room is easily accessible to the rest of the house. The front door opens to a secluded porch where the homeowners can enjoy their morning coffee—even in their pajamas. And being able to drive up to the back door eases the task of unloading groceries.