Is this engineered hardwood or site finished? If its site finished I don't understand why you can't find a match because it looks like a standard wood. Normally its okay to do different widths, but in this situation not sure it would look right. I'd just replace with a more updated tile (no wood look)
Thanks for the help, I'm really searching for a needle in a haystack.
Look at chabudai, aka Japanese dining tables.
You would want to place the dining room next to the kitchen where it fits logically. To shorten the space, I would recommend two colorful area rugs to define the dining area and the living area, which will give life and warmth. Please don't fall into the gray/neutral groove which is a dying trend that many still falsely think is fashionable. With a colorful rug you can choose a couch and chairs that have pretty colors, not brown or black leather which will kill a room design. Straight, classic lines that won't become dated are best for your furniture because they look good with everything and won't look dated in 5 or 10 years.
The smaller chair is too small and gets lost in the corner, Are you doing the reupholster yourself? If not it may be better to donate both and purchase a nice new chair. Materials and labor for reupholstering chairs can get very expensive.
I agree with Jamie. Reupholstering is very expensive or if you do it yourself it can be quite a nightmare (trust me)! My vote would be to invest in a new chair. It's also a great place to add some interesting pattern or pop of color. You could do something like this:
I would choose a lamp like the one below and put it between the two sofas with these side tables, add a coffee table and a tall plant behind the armchair. An area rug would also be nice with an updated TV console/ storage area as well.
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