Looking for plans

My wife has seen an outfit for the kitchen that she wants. The problem is that what she saw was mass produced and cheaply made. It's a kitchen table outfit made to sit in a corner and similar to a picnic table. Benches sit against the two walls with storage under the seats. Chairs are used on the other two sides of the table.
Has anyone else seen this? If so, can you help locate the plans to build this?
-- Martin "10sc" Mears
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What I've done in situations like this is take a tape measure and notepad into the furniture store. Tell the sales droid you're there to measure the piece to see if it will fit your kitchen. Get the critical dimensions then go home and build it using quality materials and construction.
I wouldn't feel right about doing this with a quality piece of furniture (unless I asked a store worker first) but have no qualms about doing it with junk.
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Martin \"10sc\" Mears wrote:

Breakfast nooks like you describe were quite popular in the 50's and 60's. Check the older home crafting books at your library. If you're near a large library check their microfilm library of magazines of that era.
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