Good morning friends -
Today I have for you, the dining room and front entry. First up is a view into the entry from the south end of the dining room. Which is also the piano room. The piano that NOBODY KNOWS HOW TO PLAY. But it looks pretty. So there’s that.
There might be a stack of mail I need to go through on the dresser in the entry hall. Might. Oh, and the puppy chewed this chair. DON’T TELL MY MOM. We inherited the dining room furniture from my parents when they downsized their home last year. I need to get it fixed. All sneaky like. Before she finds out and flips her freaking lid.
This one is taken from the family room looking into the dining room. Yes, I know the curtain rod is crooked and needs to be fixed. Moving on…
Just for comparison’s sake, this is the room pre-demo, in case you’re interested:
Take a look at that curtain rod. STILL CROOKED. A year. That curtain rod has been crooked for a whole year. AT LEAST.
So, here is standing in the entry hall, looking into the dining room:
And standing in the den, looking across the dining room through to the entry hall:
The dresser in the entry hall is full of crap. FULL DISCLOSURE. But, it’s Stephen’s crap, so I can’t do anything about it. I really thought the whole house would be done after a year. Alas, it is not meant to be.
So, the dining room hutch you see?
Other than what you see in there through the glass, it’s empty. Those fancy dishes are china we got when we did our wedding registry. 19 years ago. We’ve NEVER USED THOSE DISHES. They are not long for our world. I’ll be doing something with them eventually.
And, the corner opposite the hutch is this cute little empty corner. With one lone chair and a portrait of my sweet girl.
P.S. I know the table cloth is wrinkled. But I couldn’t generate two sh$@s to summon the energy to iron it. Or rewash it.
So, there you go.