See how inviting this dining room is with updated lighting, a beautiful tablescape and yellow chevron painted drapes. Their dining room turned out to be a really nice upgraded space, with warm color combinations. The table setting looks really inviting. I also love what she did with here painted chevron curtains.
Submitted By The Blissful Bee
Here are some of her favorite posts on her blog. (just click the image)
Hey guys, my name is Amy and I’m stopping by today from The Blissful Bee. I am blessed enough to be a wife, a daughter, a sister and an aunt. I am a Graphic Designer by trade, but share many interests in interior design, DIY projects, photography and much much more. If it involves design, I’m there! My mind never rests from new ideas, but thankfully the hubby and I are pretty thrifty and work around a slim budget with a little bit of hard work and elbow grease!
So you might have taken a little tour of our home and seen a peak of our dining room. I’m always changing things up here and there, but I’ve finally settled on something I’m pretty happy with. The color scheme of yellow, green, grey and black came into play kind of by accident but I actually really love it. And hey, I’m kinda representing the good ole Baylor bears a bit too! Go green and gold! Ok getting a little distracted… Anyways! Here is a closer look at our dining room. Keep scrolling down for the before pics.
So what do you think??
Here are some before pictures. This one in particular was taken when the previous owner was living there. I took this pic when we first walked through the home.
Here is a few weeks after we moved in. Hadn’t had time to switch out the light fixtures or do much of anything really.
And once more, here is the after:
Much better, right!? There are a few DIY projects scattered throughout that I will be posting about soon. One of which are my chevron painted curtains.
I am the husband of the amazing Cassity of Remodelaholic. I love to problem solve and to design and build things inside and outside the house to make life better. I am a professional Landscape Architect by trade and love the outdoors.