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Dining room light advice

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anlegault1

We have an open concept home so no matter which room you're in you can see the kitchen, dining and living room all at once.Our living room is designed quite "softly" - sheer lilac curtains, velvet drum-shade lamps, velvety furniture. Our kitchen is more dramatic - dark, dark brown cabinets, stainless steel backsplash and white/grey quartz counters. Our dining room (very small) holds a dark wooden rectangular table with benches. I've posted pictures of all.So - we're trying to decide on a dining room light. We're thinking black or dark in colour and right now are debating between one with a black, silk string shade or one with a dark wooden slatted shade. We just can't decide which compliments all the rooms the best. Or does it have to complement all rooms the best.Attached are photos of the two lights. Thoughts would be appreciated. Or ideas on any others you think would look good.This is the second post on this topic. I wasn't sure if I continued the other that anyone would notice. ImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImageImage

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Charles99

yes that a nice stuffi found this community really helpful for me..

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aleenajoe

It's sound cool ! I think it can impove by replacing the lamp with the woodend stats.

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anlegault1

Great - thanks! :-) 

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