|CH furnishings||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Ann Zabaldo (zabaldoearthlink.net)|
|Date: Sat, 27 May 2000 12:18:35 -0600 (MDT)|
Hi all! Here at Takoma Village Cohousing we are in the process of choosing our furnishings for our CH!!! (Thought this day would never happen!!) Alice Robrish, one of our members who is not subscribed to the L has asked me to post a message for her. It is below my signature line. Please respond DIRECTLY TO ALICE. Her email is below her name or if you respond to the listserv please copy Alice on the response. Thank you for any insight you can give us for this process. I understand Alice DID look at the archives before writing this message. Ann Zabaldo Takoma Village Cohousing Washington, DC. -- America's Hometown! "The framing for the CH Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, etc. is going up today (May 25th '00)" from another live, in person action report by Ron Murray. --Alice's message -- > Takoma Village Cohousing, with 52 adults and 7 children, is about to > order furnishings for our Common House. We're located in Washington, DC > and will have a fair number of guests at meals as well as some associate > members. > We're wondering: > 1. How how many dining room tables and chairs we should buy? Do we want > to purchase 60 chairs and enough tables so that our whole community can > be seated at once? Or is that just spending too much on furniture that > will be little used? > It would be very helpful to hear the experience of other communities. > What is the maximum number of folks you have at dinner, the average > number, and the number in your community? > 2. We're looking for folding tables and wooden stacking chairs so we can > easily use the dining room for other purposes. Would be interested in > hearing if any of you were able to find sturdy and attractive folding > tables and stacking chairs. > > Thanks for sharing your experience. > > Alice Robrish > alice [at] alicestudio.com > > > > >
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