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Dining Room Reveal

Hi everyone!
I hope you all had a nice weekend.
We had lots of fun,
we headed to Fire Island to celebrate a friend’s 40th,
 spent the better part of both days outside with the boys,
& finally snapped some photos of
my dining room.
My dining room has always been my favorite part of the house.
The large windows that flank 2 sides gives breathtaking views of the bay and
the barrier island of Dune Rd, Long Island,NY.
It is light, bright and full of charm & character,
 it was defiantly LOVE at first sight.
The goal for this room was to work with the pieces I had
 and to create a room that was
pretty & practical,
 on a BUDGET.
The bigger spends were
the built-ins, linen drapes and petite buffet.
I slipcovered my dining chairs,
painted my existing bench with a french grainsack stripe,
reused my table,
found chairs in the trash
and collected most of my accessories
from thrift stores, tag & estate sales
and of course a few things from Home Goods.
I mixed old with new,
combined styles and textures
 & brought balance to the space by repeating the
creams & whites.
Chalkboard Painted Hutch Tutorial click here.
Rug– Home Goods
ChandelierBallards
Table– Crate & Barrel(discontinued)
You can read my original post about these DIY built-ins here.
Sconce ShadesBallards
A few BEFORE shots.

 

 Chair BasesCrate & Barrel
Drop Cloth Chairs-Trash Picks
Click here for tutorial
 
Baskets- Home Goods
Rusted Basket-Home Goods
French Grainsack Bench– Cost Plus(repainted cream & A.S French Linen)
Click here for the original post.
Vintage French Clock-Thrift
Mirror– Painted Family Piece
Handmade Wall Art
Frames-Ikea
Paper-Etsy
Decals- Etsy
Lamp & ShadeTarget

Plates-Home Goods
Vintage Window Frame– Yard Sale
 
Vintage Tray-Yard Sale
 

Petite BuffetWhite Flower Farmhouse
Thank you for taking the time out of your day today to
take a photo tour of my dining room.
If I can answer any questions please
let me know.
Happy Monday!

Linking up with
My Uncommon Slice Of Suburbia
Savvy Southern Style
French Country Cottage
Miss Mustard Seed
Jennifer Rizzo
Not Just A Housewife

Have a beautiful week,

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103 Comments

  1. Your dinning room looks darling, I don’t know what is my favorite. The stripped bench, chair covers, wall shelves. It all just fits together perfectly and looks so fresh and country.

  2. I think that is my dream dining room! Love everythin in it from the color of the walls to the wall prints and slipcovers! Everything turned out beautifully!

  3. I just love everything about this room – the colours are gorgeous, I love the fabric on the dining chairs (I have cushions from the same fabric on my sofa and just love them) the light, the shelves. Great job – well done! I’ll be over for a piece of cake asap! x

  4. Thanks everyone for all your kind words:)!
    Hi Collette,the slipcovers were made by Bella Homes,in Patchogue, NY. I gave them a picture of a short & tight box pleated skirt and I love the job they did.

  5. Stopping by from Dedicated house. My attention was caught by seeing you chairs, the fabric drew me in. Now I know why, the fabric is exactly what I have to make curtains for our master bedroom. You chair slipcovers are so beautiful, and helped me fall in love all over again with the fabric. I am so envious of the size of your dinning room girl, that is one hulking room of gorgeousness. Thank you for itemizing all your sources. Everything looks so beautiful together!!! Gorgeous colors. Is there any cake left? My fingers are crossed that you might share with Sunday’s Best – too pretty not to share. PS – following you on Facebook!

  6. Jen,

    This is one amazing room! Love the colors and the drop cloth chair (I have a thing for drop cloth as fabric) and those Target lamps made me swoon … and want to rush out to Target right this minute to get my own!

    Oh, and your Etsy is fabulous!

    🙂

    Linda

  7. The room is spacious yet seems cozy with the various textures you utilized. So calm and serene. I am sure guests want to linger over their dinner in that wonderful environment.

  8. Oh swoon! your dining room is beautiful. The fabric and the slipcovers on the chairs are to die for. I’m so hsppy I stopped by. I’m now following your great blog.

  9. I love it!! Everything is so beautiful. I especially love the bench and the vintage window. I have some pillow covers in the same fabric as your slipcovers, but I like it a lot better used the way you did.

    Stunning dining area.

  10. Oh my gosh this is gorgeous!! I thought it was a photo from a magazine when I saw it on Pinterest! Love the colors, the furniture, the decor, everything!! It’s just lovely! I’d be thrilled if you shared this at my Throwback Thursday party! It starts at midnight! http://www.hubbymademe.com/ Thanks so much for sharing and I will definitely be using this as inspiration!

  11. This is so great, full of light and lovely soft shades of color. I can’t believe how close you are to the water. You must walk by this, and just smile…I would!

  12. It looks beautiful! So light and welcoming, I love it! I’m waiting on some drapes that I’m having made on etsy for my dining room and can’t. wait! I love all that you’ve done in here! (And I’m your newest follower) 🙂

  13. Hi Jen, Your dining room is beautiful! Love the built-ins, and that vintage window is an amazing yard sale find. I’m happy to be a new follower and hope you’ll stop by, Mary Alice

  14. Wowser!! Your dining room is Fan-Tas-Tic!! Love the built in, love the bench with the stripe, love the colors, and love, love, LOVE the fabric on the chairs! What a cheerful, elegant, light-filled room! Absolutely beautiful. I’m your newest follower!

  15. I love every single thing in this room! The paint colors go perfectly with the pattern you picked out for the chair covers! Beautiful!!

  16. I love every single thing in this room! The paint colors go perfectly with the pattern you picked out for the chair covers! Beautiful!!

  17. GORGEOUS!!! Oh my goodness, I absolutely love everything about this space…and all of the other spaces in your home! 🙂 Your attention to detail is amazing and it all feels so fresh and light. Well done and thank you so much for sharing this at Inspiration Friday!
    Vanessa

  18. wow, so many things to love here! the upholstered chairs, great benches, love the wall color! this is such a great room, looks like a magazine shoot. thanks so much for linking up with Vintage Inspiration!

  19. It really is perfect and so well thought out. Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  20. Cant rave enuff here just so awesome..lurve, lurve, lurve .Was wondering if Bella Homes has a website or a contact number, i would love for them to do mine as well.TY, TY, TY.U ROCK GURL!!!

  21. The room is beautiful. What a great sense of design. Would you mind sharing the wall color. Thanks so much

  22. Gorgeous room and blog! Hmmm…I don’t think I have been here before, what a fabulous home you have. I have that same material in my dinning room on a bench, I love it. I’m off to explore a little more, let me know if you would ever like a feature I would love to showcase you.
    Thanks
    Kristin

  23. Absolutely gorgeous, Jen! Your dining room is sooo charming. I love EVERYTHING about it! The built-in definitely makes a statement in that space.

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. Hope you’ll join the fun each week. Be sure to stop in to see yourself featured tonight.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

  24. Your dining room is beautiful! There are so many elements that I’m crazy about it will just be easier for me to say, I love it all!

  25. Jen: I love each special detail that you included in your lovely dining room. I especially like those useful wicker baskets with the lids on them that you have stacked–very pretty and functional, like your entire dining room now!

  26. BEAUTIFUL!!! Just…everything! Okay, I am SOOO painting my dining room table white now. Thanks for the inspiration! I found you on Pinterest and am your newest follower! 🙂

    Natalie from NatSprat.blogspot.com

  27. I saw your dining room featured on Potpourri Friday and just had to stop by. I am in love! It is so pretty, inviting and fresh feeling. Great job.

  28. This room is just amazing – I love all of the details in it. I also used grey and white in my dining room, but it is nowhere near as sophisticated as yours! =) I’d love to see more of your creativity! xo Anja

  29. Hello,

    Lurve, lurve, lurveeeeee it all!!! So beautiful!Does Bella Homes,in Patchogue, NY have a website or a number.TY……I admire you so much…….

  30. This is beautiful! Can I ask how you made or where you got your bird art surrounding the mirror? I might like to copy that but with sea life possibly. Thank you for sharing!

  31. Hi Lacey,
    The bird art was an easy DIY project. They are decals from etsy stuck right on printed cardstock also downloaded from etsy. I am sure it will be really cute with the sealife silhouettes. Have fun:).
    Jen

  32. Dining area is one of my favorites area on the house and I really like the style of it. If you see that your dining area is very clean you can eat properly and very much comfortable that is what I’ve seen on those photos very neat. I am really thankful for sharing you this wonderful blog. Keep it up:)

  33. I have just found you (thank you pinterest) and WOW! LOVE the dining room. I can’t seem to find it anywhere so I’ll just ask…did you paint your table and bench, i know you did the stripes, but i mean the base colour…& if you did do you have a tutorial. Thanku for sharing!! Juanita from Australia

  34. I have just found you (thank you pinterest) and WOW! LOVE the dining room. I can’t seem to find it anywhere so I’ll just ask…did you paint your table and bench, i know you did the stripes, but i mean the base colour…& if you did do you have a tutorial. Thanku for sharing!! Juanita from Australia

  35. Jen – Your home is so beautiful – it’s so serene, calming and just breath taking – it’s very welcoming! Thank you for sharing your home with the world! Best wishes!

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