Dining Room {Home Tour}

A dining table does not a dining room make.  This room used to be dead space between the office and the family room.  But now I am inspired by color, DIY chairs, and a board and batten treatment to turn this room into a stunner.

This space is done (for now).  Here is how it turned out.


Dining Room Before


Teal Dining Room

Floor Plan Location:

Mood Board:

Dining Room Mood Board Mood Board

DIY Projects:

DIY linear crystal chandelier Linear Crystal Chandelier

Installing Board and Batten Board and Batten Wall Treatment

Floetrol for smooth paint finish How to Get a Smooth Paint Finish on Trim

Tablecloth turned into chair slipcover Dining Chair Slipcovers from Tablecloths

Dyed Dining Chair Slipcover Side Chair Dyed Slipcovers

Jute Twine Monogram Letter Jute Wrapped Monogram

Family Silhouette Art Family Silhouette Art

Mercury Glass Centerpiece Mercury Glass Hurricanes

DIY Terrarium Terrarium

Stenciling a Serving Tray Stenciled Serving Tray

Other Details:

Vintage Mirror in Dining Room Antique Mirror from Childhood Dresser

Dining Room Accessories Dining Room Nook

Noritake Harwood China Antique China Reunited

Outdoor Rug in the Dining Room Indoor/Outdoor Rug

Paint Colors:

  • Main Wall Color: Plumage by Martha Stewart Living from Home Depot
  • Trim Color: Divine White by Sherwin Williams


Note: Items in this room were collected over several years and may no longer be available from the retailers.

  • Dining Table – Room & Board
  • Bamboo Armoire – Room & Board
  • Dining Chairs – Hendricksal from Ikea
  • Drapes – Smoke Velvet from West Elm
  • Indoor/Outdoor Rug – HomeGoods
  • Tablecloths (used for slipcovers) – Prakesh by DwellStudio for Target
  • Paper Mache Letter H – Joann Fabrics
  • Glass Vessels (for Mercury Glass and Terrarium) – HomeGoods
  • Round Grey Serving Tray – West Elm



7 Responses to Dining Room {Home Tour}

  1. Lisa says:

    I am loving your home tour. It’s so fun to see what you did in each room. I’ve been working on a home tour for my place as well so people can have an idea of what I’m talking about in my posts. You should check out http://www.thinglink.com/ if you haven’t already. It’s a fun way to show where you bought the items in your rooms.

    • Jackie says:

      Hi Lisa. Thanks. Wow…ThingLink looks incredible. I definitely need to give that a try for my next Home Tour revamp. Can’t wait to see your condo tour!

  2. nicholl says:

    This is incredible! Love all the detail. What an inspired room!

  3. Your dining room is gorgeous, you’ve done a lovely job! Great post too with all your projects, just fabulous! I have this linked to my dining rooms post too today – for inspiration!

  4. I absolutely love this space! This is my first time on your blog…discovered it through your wood veneer monogram tutorial. :) I’m oohing and aahing over all over all of your spaces…so much inspiration!

    • Jackie says:

      Welcome Mandy and thanks for the sweet comments. If you ever have questions about any of the projects, please let me know.

  5. Wow, so beautiful! Just found you through tatertots and jello. Can’t wait to explore more of your beautiful home!
    Krista @thehappyhousie

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