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let me see your kitchen table for your remodeled kitchen

Posted by ksd51 (My Page) on
Tue, May 8, 12 at 2:02

Looking for ideas for kitchen table for my newly remodeled kitchen--white painted cabinets with bronze hardware,granite counters in browns and creams, neutral (whitish) porcelain floor. I am looking for a 36x60 table. Don't know if I should do a farm house table or what? Don't want table to be too formal. Love to see what others have in there kitchen. Many thanks

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RE: let me see your kitchen table for your remodeled kitchen

Congratulations! We just built and it took me awhile to figure out our table as well. My father in law built a farm house table out of ash...we stained it a darker's roughed up and aged looking...I think I will forever love it! I paired it with black chairs. I don't have a picture at the moment. Here is a link to a similar design. It's basic but I love it.

Here is a link that might be useful: Farm house table

RE: let me see your kitchen table for your remodeled kitchen

I agree with Ajc a rustic farmhouse table with a nice finish is the way to go. You can shop these online. Often the stores will make any size or shape with lots of leg options and stain/paint combinations. I think these US made tables are nicer then the distressed ones from Asia found at the catalog stores.

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