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sunroom off living room - bought this 1971 bungalow a year ago and tried several things in the sunroom. There is a gas powered "wood stove" on one side that reduces the usable space. Decided to try using it as a breakfast room when i found the bradding drop leaf table at Pier1. Works well so far because I will be able to move table out of way during holidays to make way for tree.
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volkk68 I really like this use of the space. Glad you kept the stove. Table and chairs are very inviting. Thanks for sharing.

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Love the chandelier with the candles!


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