My oldest daughter was moving into her first apartment and she needed a small table and chairs for her kitchen area and I thought nothing of it to offer her mine without giving second thought as to where the rest of the family would share their meals. So off we go to find the perfect replacement and I fell in love with this very nice pine table that seats six. Of course there was a beautiful china cabinet to match that could not be abandoned. So here we go, problem solved. Never once did I think about measuring the room, after all there was already a table that seated six and a china cabinet in the room so I didn't think anything about it until it was delivered. Do you see where I'm going with this? To save myself further embarrassment lets just say it's beautiful and fits nicely into my SMALL dining room.
So I have measured and remeasured the area to the dimensions that this lovely chandelier is and I think it will fit. It is ever so slightly larger than the one I have (of course) but I just can't decide. So do I say "what the hay" and be consistent with my large scale of a dining room, because lets face it, the table is not getting any smaller or do I shop some more? Please help end this agony (LOL).
Shopping with you,