Help for refinishing breakfast room table-PLEASE!
house2514
April 14, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Kitchen cabinets are dark walnut---I am having my 48 inch round oak table with round base and 4 legs refinished. I bought 4 beautiful Robin Egg Blue linen like Parson chairs with nail heads today. This table sits in kitchen in front of a huge 65 inch window. Should I stain it dark or paint it so it looks like a solid finish???? KNOW this might sound petty-but I worry and stress over everything! Thanks for your input!
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house2514
P.S. and rug or not- round or rectangular
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lizdesignblogjunkie
I would vote paint it white. It will go with everything and won't compete with the other wood tones in your kitchen. Rug would be a personal choice. I go without one to avoid cleaning spills up on the rug. It's also easier to slide chairs around without a rug.
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Carolyn C. Interior Decorator, Brampton, ON.
Consider painting it but staining the top and seats. A rug needs to be larger by three feet all the way around to accommodate the chairs pulling in an out. There are many indoor/outdoor rugs available today that would handle the stress of an eating area.
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Rockin' Fine Finish
White table top and black legs
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