Tuesday, November 27, 2018

The Dining Room

The dining room has been the easiest and most rewarding room so far to decorate.
Before we moved in, I had the walls painted the same color as the trim for a clean look.
This room is the most visible room, so I've been keeping it filled with flowers and plants.
The orchids are the latest.

The sideboard is new, from Restoration Hardware.  I knew from the beginning that this was the one to fill that nook!
I'll eventually hang that mirror.

The day the new chandelier was hung, was like Christmas!
I could barely contain myself!

I chose the "Paris Flea Market" chandelier from Visual Comfort.
I like the gilded finish and its airy vibe.  Not too heavy.
Notice the drapes?
They're repurposed from our house in San Francisco.
So glad I saved them!

What's next?
Woven shades for a layered look.

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Penny from Enjoying The Simple Things said...

Looking great!

Terri~terrileeauthor said...

Loving it. Gorgeous chandy and the sideboard is perfect. Keep it comin' love.


Oh, I remember feeling like this when they were hanging our beautiful antique chandy as well.
Congrats, it is gorgeous and it looks amazing in your dining room.

Tammy said...

Beautiful simplicity! Love the chandelier.

Sheila in SF said...

Wow the chandelier looks fabulous. Looking forward to how you transform your new home.

Cheryl said...

Welcome home! Can't wait to see what is next! I love the sideboard and mirror.

Dianne said...

Loving it!!!

Maria C said...

Wow! I love everything! The sideboard is wonderful! What is the name of the color you used on the walls? It’s so creamy. I really like it. Also, love the chandelier, and the repurposed curtains, and I can’t wait to see the blinds up! Once again, you are my inspiration, Delores!

Lesa said...

I love it all, especially the arrangement of different items in the tray on the dining room table.

gme said...

It's beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing!

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Donnamae said...

It’s simply lovely! ;)

liparifam said...

Divine :) Wish I'd seen that chandelier before I bought the Mia from Pottery Barn...

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