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Jun-28-13

Old Farm Dining Furniture

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Old Farm Dining Furniture

Features:

  • Collection constructed from solid oak with a durable lacquer finish
  • Distressed almond finish
  • Trestle table uses metal cable driven table slide
  • Trestle table has 24″ self-storing leaf
  • Drop leaf table has 2, 11″ leaves
  • Four leg dining table has 18″ leaf
  • Splat back or ladder back chairs available with dining bench
  • Sideboard has antique metal handle pulls on all drawers and cabinet doors
  • Convenient exposed wine bottle shelf in sideboard
  • Solid wood, 5 piece drawer construction with English dovetailing

 

warranty:

Extended warranties are usually very inexpensive and can save you thousands in the future. It’s simple and inexpensive to purchase extended warranties and one of the smartest ways to protect your investment.

Furniture can be large, heavy, and expensive and you probably don’t have the special tools or expertise needed to fix them in a crisis. If you can spare a few thousand dollars without batting an eyelash for new furniture should they break tomorrow, don’t buy a warranty. But if you’re like most of us, protect yourself by purchasing inexpensive extended warranties when you buy a new product and save yourself big money in the long run

 

May-5-10

5 Fresh Dining Room Layout Ideas (1-2)

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Dining Room Layout Ideas 

Close your eyes and picture a Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving: Grandpa carving the turkey at one end of the long wooden table, Grandma at the other end, seated on one of 10 matching chairs. For a long time, that set-up was synonymous with “dining room.” But the American family has changed since Rockwell last put down his paintbrush — and American dining rooms are changing, too. “People are entertaining in a much more informal and creative way today,” says San Francisco-based designer April Sheldon. “They’re mixing different patterns in their dishes and putting branches and shells on their dining tables. The traditional mahogany table just isn’t working with that lifestyle.”

So, what is working in today’s dining rooms? Mixable, matchable furniture in unusual materials and unexpected finishes, making a style statement by breaking all the rules.

Like many busy people today, designer Raji Radhakrishnan and her family usually eat dinner in the kitchen. “I almost never use my dining room for sit-down meals,” says Radhakrishnan, owner of Raji RM Design  in Brambleton, Virginia. “We’re much more likely to use our dining room for high tea or cocktail parties, so I have set the space up for that. The table is fairly small, and has a sofa behind it, with two antique Bergeres with caned seats facing it. There are some small end tables and I bring in other small tables when I want to.”

While wooden tables are still the most readily available, tables in more unusual materials are increasingly popular — and can really set the tone for a dramatic dining space. For this dining room in Woodstock, New York, designer April Sheldon  set a round Calacatta Oro marble tabletop on a base of bleached, rift-cut white oak. The table is surrounded by clear, modern chairs by Philippe Starck — for a look that’s fresh and sexy.

“The key to this kind of look,” says Sheldon, “is to start with a great table and then find the chairs that play off the material or attitude of the table.” And once you’ve spent the time to select a table in an unusual material, be sure to show it off: “There are so many beautiful place mats available today,” Sheldon says. “And you can also place the dishes right down on the table. There’s no reason to cover a beautiful table with a tablecloth.”

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