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dine-in | As the narrow kitchen doesn’t leave sufficient room for a proper eating space, we created a dining nook on one side of the living room. The Danish dining table and chairs were a fab estate sale find from our Tucson days, and the table has two hidden leaves underneath that can be pulled out for additional guests. Meanwhile, one of the good things about having lots of wall and hall is that we have heaps of space for showing off our hodge-podge of an art “collection” – a mix of stuff we’ve made, stuff friends have made, things we’ve scored at estate sales, and a few actual gallery splurges. The print hanging above the table, by an Edinburgh artist, is a happy reminder of our two-year stint in Scotland; the large photocollage in the hallway just to the left of the dining table is something I made during a year of art studies in Australia, just after college. >