Updating old dining room furniture

I need tips on how I can make it work with the eating area in our new home. It's pretty beat up— water stains, scratches, overall dullness and discoloration.

The Beech wishbone chairs, which are lacquered in an apple green, pop against the large antique hutch that stores the homeowner's collection of copper Moscow mule mugs and green and white china.This color combination dates back to ancient Persia and has showed up in designs from the Netherlands, England, France, China, Mexico, and India.Infuse your dining room with this universal and timeless palette with pottery, china, linens, and more.There’s a long story to that – mostly one of indecision and waiting too long. I bought one set of panels trying to decide if I wanted to put them on the side windows too (you can see them flanking the sideboard in the above photos). Now our house is going to be on the town house tour this Christmas, I’m in a mad rush to finish things and have decided that I’ll need to make some drapes to get what I want. I’ll get to it once we finish the front vestibule project.But there’s a curtain hanging in the window in this picture. By the time I decided that I did actually want drapes there, it was too late. And that’s why you see a black dresser sitting in my living room in the background of this picture.

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