At last, our dining room table is completed. Using the same material as we did for our counters, Silestone, but in a different color, we were able to blend our two kitchen areas without making them look too 'matchy-matchy'. A solid creamy white called Haiku for our counter tops lent a more modern look in the kitchen, while the marbled effect of Quasar for the table top gave the dining room a more traditional feel. The combination works perfectly together. We're loving the look and the durability of the stone and, in all honesty, we're finding ourselves sitting around the table longer. Eating slower, chatting longer and entertaining more often. The renovated kitchen has become the heart of our home. Take a look:
It's hard to believe that it was almost a year ago that we were finalizing the renovation plans for our kitchen and only now do I feel it's almost done. It was well worth the time invested and I thank all who've been following this [at times] arduous process. In the future, I will share my art search for the dining area and for fabric to reupholster our comfy chairs. I will need your help again.
Did you really think we were done?!?