As promised in many previous blog posts, here is my dining room. I hope you enjoy! Please, don't forget to follow me! Leave me a comment letting me know you follow me so I can follow back, also grab my button to add to your side bar! Let me know you did, so I can return the favor!
|By far a terrible photo; however, I love how the chandelier peeks in.|
|More cloches and some vintage boxes. They make great storage, plus they are pretty (to me, at least...)|
|The porcelain doll heads were a buck at a little junk shop near my house. They sold mostly really junky items, but these were jewels in the rough! It's amazing how much more important things look like when you put them under glass!|
|This is the view from the living room. I'm not sure if I'm happy with the window treatment yet. I still need to tweak it.|
|Here are some close-ups of the current buffetscape. I went with a white on white theme.|
|As always, I get a little carried away. I really wish I had a more edited style. Still, I love all the varying textures.|
[Edit] Thank you for all the complements! Lisa, the wall color is Martha Stewart Jadeite Bowl in Eggshell from the days she was at Home Depot, her paint line is now at Lowe's, and I haven't found a color similar enough; however, you can ask for it by name at Home Depot, and they *should* still be able to make it.
FYI, paint colors throughout the house are as follows: Living Room / Dining Room Martha Stewart Jadeite Bowl, Kitchen / Hall Bath / Laundry Room Martha Stewart Cake Stand Blue, Upper Kitchen Cabinets Martha Stewart Lemon Chiffon, Lower Cabinets: Lavender Soap, Hall / Guest Bedroom Martha Stewart Mint Gelato, Office / Master Bedroom Martha Stewart Summer Storm, Master Bath (almost completed....almost 9 months into a 2 week remodel....Behr Bright White Beadboard and trim, Polished Silver walls) I love these colors, but would not recommend this paint to anyone, find the color you like and take it to Sherwin Williams and get Super Paint! Don't waste your time on Valspar, Behr, etc. They are not good paint, take many many coats, and end up costing much more because you have to buy twice as much paint. Benjamin Moore has a similar and equally excellent line of paint. Bottom line--pick the color you love and go with Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams and have them color match it!
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