Thank you for coming back! Yes, this is Week Two of the #oneroomchallenge #orclinkup and I am in the midst of transforming our dining room. From blah to extraordinary with everything I already have. Except the Wallpaper. EEEK! Oh Yes, in just six weeks! Thanks to Linda of Calling It Home, there are room transformations taking place across the globe right now!
Let's break the Board Down:
My Jump Off ... or Jump Up and Down! starting point is this FABULOUS wallpaper by RootCellarDesigns.
This has been the biggest restraint ever. To virtually transform our home into our vibe with nothing but paint. I will continue to update you on the entire project. But the Dining Room took a front seat so that I could have the place looking a little more spiffy for Easter! And a girl just needs some wallpaper sometimes. Just a Wall. It just takes a Wall. Okay, not THAT wall!!!
I realize this weekend is Easter and I am far from ready, but I will show my family the mood boards. And while we are eating my Mother In Law's addictive deviled eggs they will be able to truly see my vision!!
Farm Table - buy something you love. This table has been in our dining room, our kitchen, the potting shed ... and back to the Dining Room!
Mirrored console. Back when I wanted a little more Glam in my life. This sparkler continues to make me happy. But it needs new hardware. One of the pulls broke, so I will be replacing those.
The "Winners" ... the Aidan Gray Chairs and chandelier! I had my luckiest "win" moment two years ago and won these at HighPoint Market!
Heron Art. I love this piece! A fun find at an Estate Sale.
Garden Urn and Greenery. NOT decided on wholly. But I like the pop of green and iron in the space. And I have no current yard to place them in ... so bringing the feel inside is terrifically appealing.
Zebra Print Cowhide: I like it and own it. Should it stay or should it go now? Stay tuned!
Yes, Black Sails is still on my mind as I try to make #KMIProjectRental feel like home. Bringing in the rustic elements and shiny moments of our past to create something fun and fresh for our new adventure.