4 Table for 4…or 6…or 8

>> Thursday, May 20, 2010

We’ve been on the hunt for the perfect dining room table for years. Not weeks. Not months. Years.

The requirements:

- Dark stain
- No leaf
- Large enough to fit 8 chairs comfortably
- Small enough to fit an average sized dining room…let’s face it. We Wilkersons like to move and can’t stomach the thought of having to buy a new table for each change in dining location.

A picky crew we were and truth be told, we nearly gave up. Until the luckiest day landed right in our lap. During the 65th trip to the same furniture store to look at the same tables expecting to leave with the same empty hands, we found it. Search no more. Wrap this puppy up because we were sold.

Here’s why this beauty is the most perfect dining table for Wilkerson living.

Seats two per side…

…or three!

No leaf…


And thanks to the narrow frame, three chairs can fit comfortably on each side while keeping the table sleek and slim to fit your standard dining room.

Bring on the dinner parties! You pick up a bottle of wine and we’ll cook stop in for Chinese take-out.



Lisa,  May 20, 2010 at 11:27 AM  

Love it! Where did you buy it? Please don't say some random store that is no where close to Dallas.

Anne Marie,  May 20, 2010 at 12:36 PM  

It looks like it fits the rug and the room very well.

Glad you found it after all that time!

Live the Home Life May 20, 2010 at 3:47 PM  

Thanks, Anne Marie! It took time, but we were stubborn enough to wait.

Lisa! You are in luck!

We found the table at a store that is near and dear to our hearts, called IO Metro.

Looks like there is one in Dallas!...


Happy shopping!


Gabby,  May 20, 2010 at 4:00 PM  

Fabulous pick, I know you are glad you waited for the right one instead of buying something and the realizing that you do not love it after all.

This is the first time that I have been to your blog, but I love it and will definitely be back!

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