Dining room + dining room - one wall = a rather spacious dining room

She's gooOOOoOOoone!

      And I couldn't be happier. :) It's obviously quite a disaster, and still has a LONG way to come, but it has opened up the space AMAZINGly and luckily we didn't need a crane and we didn't need a million dollars. :) And we definitely will be able to fit a 20-25 seater farmhouse table. I can't wait!

Any one want a free chandelier?
-A.F.

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Dining room/dining room - BEFORE

      I know that in the 80s and 90s having a formal dining room was a thing. It's still a thing for some, but not as many I don't think. What confuses me the most about our formal dining room is... which side is actual more formal? It's not as if either space has defined borders, that when stepped into make you feel like you are eating in a fancier part of the home. When we did the walk through of this house before buying it, the first thing Marty and I said to each other was, "that wall has got to go!" No matter what it takes (structural beams, cranes, a million dollars) that wall HAS to come out. I come from a pretty large, pretty close extended family. We love getting together at the holidays and we love playing cards. I often dream about all sitting (or close to it!) at the same 20-25 person table. With this space opened up that dream could become a reality!

Who else fantasiczes about tables?
-A.F.

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