Dining Room / August 24, 2018 / Karina Barnes
Before You Go
In many homes, where floor space is limited, it is often the dining table that is the first large item of furniture to be subtracted from the scheme. Even in homes that have multiple reception rooms, the dining room is often taken over by an additional snug lounge room that can be utilized more regularly for casual dinners in front of the TV, rather than for an occasional formal gathering at a dining suite.
Use it in the dining room to anchor an uptown loft inspired look then top it off with antiqued turned candleholders for a contrasting style. Round out the look with a timeless burlap runner for a touch of country flair. The set's four contoured stools are perfect for seating guests at your next neighborhood potluck or weekend family dinner.
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