And now a shot of the table flipped the other way, more centered with the hutch. From this shot it still looks like the table is centered with the light, but it's not. Something about this positioning works better, but closer up the room still feels cramped over by the hutch and very empty along the back wall area.
A closer view of the new layout. It was suggested we move the hutch along the back wall, so I'll give that a go in a few days. And then create a gallery wall of art around the hutch.
This sums up by biggest hitch. The mismatched wood tones. You see it best in the photo above.
So now that you see the entire space, any new thoughts? Do you prefer the table placement in photo #1 or photo #2. It's worth noting that the current rug under the table wont be staying there. We just needed a place to throw it down when we moved in.
Thanks! ...oh and in case you live in San Diego and very much need this table in your life, we did throw it up on Craigslist with a, make me sell, sort of price.