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Kitchen dinette chair constructed of all hardwood. Casual Kitchen chair finished in oak. Casual dining room dinette kitchen chair with wood seats. Including vertical slatted back. Traditional styling with an elegance deserving of formal dining. Slat-back Chair are inviting with comfortable. Kitchen dining chair are rich in Asian hardwood. Assembly Required. Include: Set of 2 Vancouver Wood Seat Kitchen dining Chairs in Oak Finish.
Subtle curves soften the linear proportions of this sleek upholstered side chair. Slightly curved comb back and plush seat make for comfortable dining.
Acceptable to Discover Furniture. This video offers an in-depth look at the Mestler Dark Brown Dining Room Table Set from Ashley Furniture.
Bamboo 5-Piece Dining SetMade of eco-friendly, solid bamboo, this table set will add a touch of elegance to your dining area. This table set features a beautiful finish and a durable construction. Bring green living to the forefront in your dining room with the addition of this earth-friendly dinette set. Durable construction for years of comfortable dining experienceIdeal for use in apartments or small cottages, where space is limitedReverse ladder-back chairs add a unique visual touch to the setRequires some assemblyIncludes: Table: 29.5-in Wide x 46.4-in Long x 29-in High(4) Chairs: 16-in Wide x 16.25-in Back to Front x 34-in High (each)17.25-in Seat Height
Finish: Cherry. Includes table and four side chairs. Casual style. Rectangular shaped with straight edges. Chair with vertical slat back and contoured wooden seat. Sleek square tapered legs. Table: 47.25 in. L x 29.5 in. W x 30 in. H. Chair: 17.13 in. W x 20.25 in. D x 37.63 in. H. Warranty. This 5Pc dining set is sure to match your decor and fit your needs. Clean lines and simple style creates a timeless look that you will love, give you the warm and inviting casual dining room you have always wanted.
Sunday (it's now Monday morning) was all about the one-and-only boy who lived. There are moments in our lives when we autograph up for something completely tourist-y and obvious… when we know that we're just filing through with the gajillions of others and not having a very authentic/special/individual/whatever encounter. Saturday was Stratford Upon Avon, so Shakespeare and his millions of fans making pilgrimages… And Sunday was Harry Potter Studios Tour. It's a kind of disagreeable concept for a tourist trap: They just recycle the old sets and props and such, and then make people actually pay to see stuff. There were almost no cars in their parking lot-- just rows and rows of junket buses--then there are the shuttle buses that bring people up from the city itself… It was amazing how busy the place was, and it was just as busy when I left--which was... It is really a tour--some guided and some apart paced. First the guided part: we wait in a Disney-styled queue until they let us into a big waiting room--this whole part is reminiscent of a show at Disney-- then they showed a teaser photograph as we stood there about the global phenomena that was Harry Potter. A kind of introduction to the movies and how the producer decided to make the movie (they know money when they see it). It got us revved up nicely… As a matter of fact the best part was seeing the posters in all the different languages. It made me remember the buzz-y movie out when I was in Europe previously (oh so long ago) Titanic. I went all about and took pictures of the Titanic movie poster in Hungarian, Spanish, whatever. Same kind of thing with these posters… Seeing Harry Potter spelled out on a Russian talking picture poster. The other fun part about these posters is seeing the little kids grow up. That's just amazing. Beyond film one--about six minutes--is film two. That we were running around on the set that THEY ran approximately on when making the movies. That we'd see Ron's hideous winter formal robes, Hagrid's hut, Dumbledore's office. We could ride the broom against a green screen, walk down Diagon Alley, check up on out the Knight Bus… all the sets… AND we could see the random way they were laid out: boy's dormitory at Hogwarts right next door to Dumbledore's office…that kind of thing. AND there would be other rooms and areas that would be focused on the new elements of making the movies. Set designers, special effects, CG, models, the whole nine… Second film sorted, we were guided into the Great Hallway… the dining room, with the tables all laid out and mannequins (always so oddly creepy) dressed in the actual costumes of the various... So they showed us the differences in the school uniforms over the years as dissimilar costume designers got involved with the movies… The ceiling that we all love so is, of course, CGI… this ceiling is just massive lights and structure… we're... And that ended the guided fragment of the tour… the rest is self-guided, and pretty massive. They recommend all over their website to allow three hours for the tour, and that's just what the group I went with Sunday gave us… And it was at bottom not enough time. I'd have no desire to stay THAT long… but I probably could have easily stayed four… As it was, I took a very short lunch break--but I had to take SOME disperse to refuel a bit and have that butter beer-- and also VERY little time at the gift shop in... Though I still managed to spend all my money--so maybe it was just as well that I didn't delay longer there… I spent two of my three hours in the interior sets room AND that's without lining up for the green screen experience of riding the broom... I loved the boy's dormitory, and I honestly want Ron's homemade knitted quilt. Hagrid's hut had a display about the various animals involved in the films… and so I got to see a line up of all the Fangs and the Hedwigs, Crookshanks, etc… So attractive. I did really get a kick out of seeing their prom clothes lined up… Other highlights were the Gryffindor common room (I'd always loved those tapestries--and the furniture did look awfully at ease), a display of the horcruxes, the cat-plate wall... Source: London Calling
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butter, carrot, celery, chicken, garlic, green pepper, lemon pepper, olive oil, onions, parmesan cheese, ramen noodles, red pepper, water
lime juice, vegetable oil
olive oil, white vinegar
Rental fees ($1,000 to $6,000 depending on the point, date, and season requested) include use of the dining room ... for weekends are $5,000 per floor and include set-up, labour, security, cleaning, furniture, and all other operating costs.
In the new arrange, next door to El Toro restaurant, customers will find desks, dressers, lamps, wall art, sofas, chairs and dining room sets. "We'll have warehouse-trend, finished, ready-to-go pieces, but it's also a place for people who are doing up ...
A mirror top rectangular dining table and six chairs finished in a pewter gray patterned fabric ... Here, a wall niche houses a light cream solace set beneath a wall mounted television. A sectional sofa laid out in a partial octagon arrangement is finished ...
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