I finished the wall above my dining room settee.
Most of the iron stone I purchased this last weekend. I kinda swiped the shutters from Heather and repainted them.
Paint love! I used Sherwin Williams pure white first. The A.S. French Grey then sanded. That’s it. Gotta love that chalk paint!
Hubby made the board my new bull is hanging on. I can’t take credit for this fabulous finish! This is a Heather creation! I LOVE it. All chippy and crackled and all of those yummy colors showing through! All I did was throw a little walnut stain around the edges and sanded.
All in all, this new wall arrangement was a cheap redo. My favorite décor that I’ve added in a long time! Kind of a combination of French and Farmhouse Chic!
On the opposite side of the dining room…..
Talk about a change! Here’s my smaller wall a couple of years ago.
It was a bit of a shame getting rid of that harlequin wall. That thing took me FOREVER to paint!
And here it is now……
Ironstone and transfer ware love!
Baby bull moved to the kitchen window.
We got rid of the dated track lighting and installed these lights from Lowes. They were
cheap I mean cost efficient.
A new chandelier repositioned over the farm table is in the works! Still wondering if I should paint the bottom half of the table?? Those huge chunky legs are so awesome and I think they might show up better if they were painted and “faux finished” to look all chippy and crackled.
Another before. Moving the table also allowed me to position the gray chairs on either end of the table.
And for now…..
My dining table décor is very simple. I’m enjoying the new neutrals and simpler look in my dining room and kitchen!
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