I’m working on redesigning the dining room. It was a bit tired and the chairs were falling apart. I loved them, but after 4 cats, 2 dogs, 3 kids and lots of dinners they were sagging. I found them on Overstock and think they were great chairs for over 10 years!
I still love my reclaimed farm table, but wanted to lighten up the room. As you know, I’m really into the Serena and Lily look post COVID. But, I’m trying to do it the copy-cat way because it is rather expensive. However, I could not find wallpaper that I liked for cheaper. I think this is one of the things that when it’s a specific feel, color, design you just have to suck it up and pay. Serena and Lily make beautiful paper. My wallpaper guy told me it’s the majority of what he is hanging right now. I chose the Grenada.
I’m really into the one I picked. My goal is to bring in the blues, greys, whites, and some natural textures. I have found this is pretty trendy right now due to Studio McGee.
Here is where I am with my dining room. Still waiting on a few little accents – blue treys and a few blue pillows. The mirror is from Luckett’s Spring Market (which I will be selling at this October with Greta) and the lamps are from Overstock. They are knock off ginger jars.
And of course my puzzle table! Keeps me sane 🙂
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