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Yes there's a TV there. I do like the two chairs + one sofa idea. Right now the problem is that the other room the 2nd sofa would go in is more of a playroom (carpeted, baby toys, etc). The added benefit of leaving the sofa where it is in the short term is that when family is over for Thanksgiving and Christmas, we can all comfortably share one space without having to drag in extra chairs.
Well I may move the sofa out but the rug is there for the baby.
The earlier shots probably make the sofa appear a bit darker than it actually is...
Yes I may move a sofa to the other room so as to clear up some space; that was actually my intent to begin with but wanted to see all the pieces in one room. When we eventually move we will have a larger space to work with
Thanks, yes this is pain in the thoracic area
Here's the room with the sofas added:
Anyone had this done? If so, how long a time period was it effective for? And if you got it done a 2nd or 3rd time, was it less effective after each treatment?
sadly no fireplace - the original builders put a gas fireplace in the opposite side of the house where there isn't room for much else besides dining perhaps.in this room there's going to be a TV yes, and that's why I'm shopping around for a vintage credenza, or I may commission a special build from the guy I linked to earlier.not pictured yet are two sofas that arrive tomorrow, which may make it too tight for either of the danish chairs - in which case I may move a sofa to...
Thinking of buying this vintage piece and making some changes, such as the handles and the base. What I'd like to do is remove the existing base and replace it with 4 or 5 natural steel (powder coated) legs. Would this be a major undertaking, or fairly simple to do, assuming I only have standard tools (power drill, etc)?
Starting to put my new living space together... still have a couple sofas to add and this chair may or may not stay in the room. Its mate isn't shown here.
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