Now onto my dining room. My husband picked a sage color in our dining room that I really didn't care for, but I let him win that one battle but now I'm ready for a change. Here is what it looked like right after we finished building.
Actually, this first picture is our living room looking into the dining room, but you can tell the color a little better in this photo.
See how bright the color looks in the second picture.
It's not a huge space, it's cozy. Our dining room comfortably fits a table for six, china hutch & console table. Our chandelier doesn't hang right in the center over the table and that bugs me. I would really like to refinish the banister with newel posts that look like this...
The hubby doesn't want to do anything to the stairs but I'm working on him. LOL So here's my dining room to do list:
1. Paint walls an inviting color that is relaxing.
2. Center Chandelier over dining table.
3. Sew a cover for the chain on the Chandelier.
4. Rework our China Hutch to look similar to this one here.
5. Possible change out our dining room chairs.
Isn't this china hutch makeover gorgeous! I really would like ours to look more like this.
I'm ready to begin now, but I'm still working on getting my husband to agree with my list and I'm crazy busy getting ready for a couple of shows, so it'll have to wait a little bit longer. So I'll leave you with a few of my inspiration photos from HOUZZ.
Traditional Dining Room design by Charleston Interior Designer Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
Contemporary Dining Room design by Minneapolis Architect Charlie Simmons - Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd.
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