Last year, I was on a mission to find a fabulous dining set for an amazing price. My favourite look is the French style, with upholstered oval back chairs. I searched far and wide, and could not find anything within my price range, which is $2000-$2500. Finally, by fluke, I landed on the Costco website and found this beauty:
I even had “white glove” service from Costco to set it all up for me at home. The price altogether was $2000+ tax. Not bad.
A month ago, I was sweeping the floor and decided to get down on my knees to survey the table. Guess what I saw?
Look at the legs on my beautiful table! This damage was done by the simple tucking in of the captain chair over the course of a few months. I was devastated! The best piece of advice that I could give about the perfect dining table, is to make sure that the legs are made of solid wood. That way, when the chairs bump into the legs, it will not chip and create these terrible white spots on your lovely set.
So, my question to you is, should I return this beautiful set and keep looking around? Or should I find a way to repair the legs?
I am stumped on what to do, so the vote belongs to you. I would love your opinion at the bottom of this segment, which I will use to direct my next move. I’m look forward to hearing from you. Until Next time, happy Monday everyone!