Creating more space

We decided to create more space in our family room by replacing our large end tables and lamps with smaller tables and lamps. David’s leg was sufficiently rehabilitated that he was able to stand up and assemble the two tables on Wednesday.

These are the empty cartons that the tables and lamps came in:

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These are the old tables and lamps. The Salvation Army will pick them up next Wednesday:

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These are the new end tables and lamps. Aren’t they lovely?  Note the extra space in the dining area.

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We now have a set of five end tables, all matching. We like them, because we can store our paraphernalia inside the drawers.  They all came from Ashley.com:

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Above all, I am so glad that David is becoming more active around our home. He is convalescing very well.

9 Responses to “Creating more space”

  1. Tom Sightings Says:

    We’re all glad that David is becoming more active — and yes, those end tables look nice!

  2. dkzody Says:

    I love your coffee table. Fits right in with my 70s decor. I have 5 glasstop tables.

  3. Carole Says:

    Just lovely! You have very good taste. Glad that David is doing better.

  4. Linda Reeder Says:

    good news about David.

  5. Christine Says:

    nice update to the furniture, glad David’s progressing well now.

  6. DJan Says:

    it’s all coming along very well, David and your lovely home. 🙂

  7. Linda Starr Says:

    glad David is doing well, any new storage added is a good thing

  8. Olga Says:

    Your home looks lovely. You are lucky to have someone to do the assembly required.

  9. SchmidleysScribblins Says:

    Tough when your hubby is out of commission.

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