Guys, I literally have no patience. At all. I often think that if I were to have more patience maybe I would have a better blog. But C’est la vie!
Today I’m excited to blog about my half completed dining room. We have the sideboard area completed, our Stikwood wall up, our white table set completed and now we’re just waiting on our rug to come and me to finish my DIY beaded light fixture. But for the most part, it is completed. I always find a light fixture and rug “make” the space, so it will be cool to so how it will look when completely done, but I just couldn’t wait! The sun is streaming through my windows and since our dining room is in the middle of our home, it’s often hard to photograph because of the darkness.. so I opened up the door wide and snapped away! I cannot wait to start planting & working outside when it warms up a bit.
Of course, below I will have all the sources to this room so you can replicate it. I will also tag my light fixture and rug that will complete the space.
I’ll forever be grateful for Stikwood sending this wall to us. We will mostly likely leave it in the space when we move as it easily comes off, but sadly, most boards break in two when you pull it off. Isn’t it so pretty though? Stikwood is amazing because it doesn’t put ONE hole in your wall.
Also, can we take a second to talk about these pillows? I bought the pillow cases for 14.99 for the set, and then I sewed them to fit my pillows. It literally took 10 minutes and they are one of my favourite things in this dining room! I’ll have a tutorial up for it soon!
I wanted this space to feel comfortable as we spend a lot of time in our dining room sharing meals, playing settlers with our favourite few and beyond even spending time in it, it’s one of the first spaces you see when you walk into my house. Our downstairs is an open layout and I wanted it to be the focal point.
Above is the view from my front door. It looks a lot closer than it actually is as my lens is very tight. I also wanted it to be a really white and bright space as it’s a dark space and our floors are so orange. Gotta off set them somehow!
It’s funny, I try to be more modern and had this bench painted in solid white and finally I just couldn’t take it, took it into our workshop and distressed it like mad. Now it’s totally my cup of tea and suits the space so well.
Hope y’all loved seeing a peek into our Farmhouse Dining Room. It’s been my joy to decorate our home and I love how it’s turning out. I spend so much time in our home as I work from it and so I really wanted to create a space that spoke to me and made me feel even more creative!
Below are link to shop my exact pieces, I will also be finding look a like table and console as we built those.
Love you all & thank you for all your support on the daily!