Dining Room Make Over Reveal

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We've lived in our home for ten years. When we built it, it was decorated in a very traditional, very formal, style. As my style has evolved and I've expanded my various collections, I decided that I wanted a more casual, more "farm girl french", style. I wasn't sure how I was going to accomplish this with just paint and a few accessories, but this is where I ended up.  They say that "a picture is worth a thousand words." With that said, I'll let the photos do the "talking". 


The link to how I built the farmhouse shelves that hold part of my ironstone collection is here


One of my girlfriends saw it for the first time and said "Oh my gosh! It feels so much more like YOU!"  Thank you, Sadie. I take that as a compliment!



Walls: Benjamin Moore Aura - Meditation
Ceiling: Benjamin Moore Aura - Tranquility
Wainscot and Trim: Benjamin Moore - Bavarian Creme

Drapery Panels: CB2 French Bavarian Linen
Table Cloth: The Old Painted Cottage  for Pom Pom at Home

 Linking to:
Funky Junk
At the Picket Fence
French Country Cottage
Common Ground
The Shabby Nest
The Rooster and the Hen
The Creative Paige
Country Mama Cooks
Freckled Laundry
Between Naps On The Porch
Coastal Charm
Savvy Southern Style
Common Ground - Vintage Inspiration #85
Embracing Change
Handy Man Crafty Woman
Better After

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