After many many trips to Ikea, our living/dining area is finally set up! We had some furniture, but needed to get a futon (which will be important since we don't have a guest room) and an Expedit, the cube bookshelf that's serving as a room divider. Putting these items together was loads of fun (sarcasm) but they are together now. We also picked up a coffee table and countless other little doodads. I love Ikea because it's so inexpensive, but after countless trips for returns, exchanges, and extra hardware, even I am glad for a break.
The dining room set is from Greg's aunt, and it fits just about perfectly. We had to forego the hutch because of space reasons, but luckily, I have my magical floating hutch in the kitchen.
Here's a view of the living area from the stairs. Eventually I'd like the TV to go in the basement, both because it looks goofy here and because I like to pretend that I'm too intellectual to waste time watching it (exactly the opposite of the truth), but that will have to wait until we gather the energy and budget for another huge project.
Overall, I'm quite pleased with how everything fits. My big concern, based on a lot of the rowhomes we looked at pictures of when we were househunting, was that the space would feel really cluttered. I think we've avoided that, and still managed to come up with enough places to sit, etc.