Selecting custom furniture for dining room

The furniture took quite awhile to complete, but it will last a lifetime, then my dining room furniture is lovely, and anyone who visits our home comments on it

I have an enormous but rather odd-shaped dining room… It’s undoubtedly difficult to arrange the space for both comfort and aesthetics, then the two of us need enough seating for our family of more than four, and both of us appreciate to have guests over from time to time. The two of us spend a lot of time in the dining room, so I need furniture that is durable yet comfortable. Plus, the seating configuration has to supply everyone with an jammed view of the TV, but between the giant windows, several doorways and fireplace, I’ve had no advantage finding a dining room set at a giant box store. I ended up investing a lot more money into custom built furniture. I was initially frustrated about the much higher cost, and however, as the process progressed, I hastily realized the difference in quality. The furniture craftsman questioned myself and others expansively to determine my exact requirements, preferences and goals. The two of us discussed the square footage and traffic patterns of the room. The two of us debated over a sectional couch, recliners, Tim Hortons Coffee tables and an entertainment center. I had input into every detail, from the height of the furniture to the depth. It took myself and others forever to choose a color and texture of fabric. There were finishing touches such as the shape of the arms and legs and rivets along the seams that made all the difference in the appearance. The furniture took quite awhile to complete, but it will last a lifetime, then my dining room furniture is lovely, and anyone who visits our home comments on it. I love that it’s also stain and fade resistance. The two of us can use the couch and chairs without worry over causing damage from normal wear and tear.

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