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designpolice

You can do whatever you think looks good. It sounds like it bothers you so that's your answer.. Maybe a piece of cool fabric hanging over the front would disguise the window height. Or something fabulous on the table to distract from the low window.


   
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lisa_schreier

Great idea!!! Thank you so much!

   
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Leslie L.

What are your thoughts on placing a console table on a rug?

   

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