• A console table defines the entry and seating area.
• The niche works as a more convenient place for the television.
• Grasscloth wall covering behind the television adds texture and contrast.
• The pedestal table and pendant light anchor the dining area.
• Track lighting emphasizes the brick wall and artwork.
• A sisal rug, cut to fit the space, makes the room feel larger and more finished.
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A newlywed Washington couple would like to remake their 14-by-17-foot living and dining room.
Use furnishings to define separate areas.
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