Wednesday, February 24, 2010

problem area

Here is the spot that I can't figure out. I just moved this table to behind the couch. The couch was pushed all the way against the wall but it looked kind of sad that way. We have not lived here for very long so I am still shuffling things around. If anyone can help a girl out that would be oh so fabulous!

Can you see it, that sofa table behind the couch, it is to short and probably not long enough but that is all I have to work with at the moment. And no, the cat is not part of the decor

This is the view right when you walk into this room. It is the family room and kitchen it is one great big room. And no I do not plan on keeping the lamp smack in the middle of the floor. It was to tall once I put the other lamps on the table behind the couch and now I can't figure out what to do with it.

As I look at this room, I am not sure that plant works either?? Maybe the Ar moire should be at an angle. HMM???

Another view.

Since we pulled the couch out to fit the sofa table now this antique table seems a bit lost.

Yes, I know you are gasping in unbelief. This ladies is what I have the table raised up on at the moment. Like I said I need all the help I can get??????


Amanda @ Serenity Now said...

Hi there! :) Thanks for the visit to my blog yesterday. Hope you enjoyed the pancakes recipe.

This sounds like a problem you could link up to my next "Decorating Dilemmas" party. :) Have you considering moving the couch to make a "divider" between the bar area and the living room? Just a thought.

My "Progress" party is in March, but I'll be hosting Decorating Dilemmas again in April. :) It's a party where bloggers link up their problems (or solutions) and get feedback from other people who are linking up. Everyone visits back and forth and it's lots of fun. :)

I love your fire place. :)

AtOneWithHim said...

I would definitely try turning the sofa. Make the living room more of it's own space. Then put the sofa table between the kitchen and the sofa (against the sofa)Then I don't think you will need to raise it because it will be in plain sight. Just a thought... good luck and keep us posted!