Switcheroo, Part 2

In case you missed it, last week we moved our harvest table into the dining room. Something we've been wanting to do since we moved into this house. To read more about it, click here. Unfortunately, this little move left a gapping hole in what was our media stand. 


But fear not, because a little more furniture rearrangement and we came up with this solution. The former dining room sideboard, turned foyer sideboard, now media sideboard. 
Although its a smaller surface space, we still have room for a little decorative touch.


Plus, it fits the space so much better. Love the flanked chairs. But, most of all, I love how it really opens up the whole room. 


Ready for a little flash back?
Here's a look at the harvest table as the media stand - shortly after the remodel (1.5 years ago).


And again a couple of months later. I did love the two lamps, but alas, you can't have it all. I'm sure I can find another home for my lamp.


In other news, I'm off with the girls for a week in the sun. I'll be back next week, so hopefully, I'll see you then.

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5 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

The switch worked! This is so much prettier than a standard media cabinet or table...it adds a lot of personality to your room.

Have a great time where ever it is you are going. I'm envious! :)

XO,
Jane

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Looks great Liz! Love those red lamps!
Have a wonderful time in the sun!

Patty said...

Isn't it fun to change things around? It looks great!

Kris @ Driven by Décor said...

Liz, I love that dining room sideboard - such a beautiful piece! I prefer using a piece like you did for a tv stand rather than something made for that purpose - it looks great!

Betty Stapleton said...

Like the sideboard too, looks great, checking old posts.

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