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Oh good! An open thread...I was hoping that someone has two seconds to help me decide on a living/dining room configuration for my loft.There are two scenarios to choose from:A. Dining table in corner by windowshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/art_chel/sets/72157612356566643/orB. Dining table parallel to the kitchen islandhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/art_chel/sets/72157612401019402/It's a small living area and I know the table is big for the space but I gotta have it!thanks!!!!!!
I'm wondering who won all those holiday giveaways. Did they pick the winners yet? Did I miss the post?
I like: B. Dining table parallel to the kitchen island
i like parallel as well. it kinda creates two rooms/areas, doesn't block the view out the window, and allows for better flow.
excellent. I've been using the "corner" scenario since I moved in and really want to switch to the parallel design.I think it makes for better flow as well.Thanks!
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Can someone help me find a buffet that would match this table with the wooden chairs (not the full leather chairs) upholstered in black leather?I don't want it all to be too matchy, matchy, so I would like a buffet that looks good with the table, but is not necessarily part of the set. I just have no clue what would look good with this table.Here's the tablehttp://shop.arhaus.com/carty/?r=0&c=Captiva%20Collection&w=dining_tablesHere is the design of the top of the table, 3rd picture...it looks more golden in this picture than it actually is.http://www.arhaus.com/about/Environment.aspxThanks!
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