PLUS we are making plans for an awesome week… headboard week! If you have a fabulous, original headboard tutorial that you’d love to have featured during our upcoming headboard week, come submit it here ASAP! We can’t wait to see your headboards!
And don’t forget — we are also searching for great designers who would love to contribute printables here at Remodelaholic. Go here for all the details and to submit your design(s).
8 Ways to DIY a Dining Room Update
If your dining room needs an update, check out the what our readers shared to get your inspired. From small updates to complete makeovers, feast your eyes on great projects done by readers like you!
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Total room makeover: paint, furniture, lighting, curtains, and all! Brynne from The Gathered Home made over her whole dining room in phases, and the finished product is beautiful!
Makeover as style evolution: Most rooms come together gradually and take a few changes to get the room to look and function like you want. Karen from Dogs Don’t Eat Pizza shows you where her dining room was and how she tweaked a few thing to make it what it is now. I love the addition of those 3 big mirrors!
Paint!: Sometimes a fresh coat of paint is all the update that a room needs! Heidi from Kruse’s Workshop painted her dining room in Revere Pewter by Benjamin Moore and Cotton White by Diamond Vogel.
New lighting: A new bold paint color and a fun modern light fixture really set the stage for this lovely dining room redesign that Stephanie from The Divine Living Space did for one of her clients.
Fresh, fun curtains: Curtains are another easy, quick, and relatively inexpensive dining room update. Beth of The Lucky Lass added new curtains as a finishing touch to her “moody midcentury modern” dining room.
New chairs or chair covers: Sometimes you find a fabulous fabric print that just brings your whole space to life. And in a dining room, recovering a chair or cushion is a great place to showcase the fabric you love! Stephanie of The Divine Living Space used a beautiful fabric to add a punch of color to the breakfast nook cushions.
New dining table and/or chairs: If you’re using a hand-me-down or big-box-special table that you don’t love, try DIYing a new dining table! Amy from Her Toolbelt built this husky farmhouse dining table by modifying a plan by Ana White — check out all of the DIY kitchen tables we’ve built and featured here on Remodelaholic.
Fresh table linens: New or old, every table can use a new tablecloth! Nicki from Sweet Parrish Place picked up this bold vintage number on her thrifting adventures.
REMODELAHOLICS ANONYMOUS Weekend Party
Remember, you can link up to 3 home posts/projects of any kind to be featured, but we are also looking for projects following a weekly theme to include in an upcoming weekend Top Ten post. This week’s theme is: accent walls. Painted or otherwise adorned, show us what you’ve done!
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