French farmhouse spring dining room with soft colors, chinoiserie, and budget finds for a simple, yet elegant look for a casual dinner.
Spring is certainly in the air here in the south. I've even started to sneeze quite frequently to ring in the season!
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Spring Dining Room
I love spring! The new buds on the trees, the flurry of bird activity, and the whisper of warm days for the hint that outdoor living will soon be upon us.
This tour is always fabulous. My friend, Marty, from A Stroll Thru Life organizes it for use 4 times per year. It's a large undertaking and she does it so efficiently and with grace.
I find the tour so enjoyable because there is a little something for everyone with the eclectic nature. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Welcome if you are stopping by from Citrine Living. I love her gorgeous home with all the blue and white.
You'll find a complete tour list at the end of the post!
We finally had this armoire moved into the dining room last fall. This is our first spring with it. I absolutely love it in this space. It was worth the work, the wait, and the major expense to bring this family heirloom back to glory.
It's still not quite complete. I've got a few new pine replacement pieces that need staining. If you look closely at the bottom, you can tell. I also plan on waxing it to give it a good seal. Thinking of white wax. I've just got to find the time.
The table used to face in the opposite direction, but we repositioned it to accommodate the armoire.
The rug was a vintage $100 find on Ebay years ago.
Our small town is moving up in the world. We just got our very own Homegoods, and it is amazing! They had some great finds.
I came home with a pair of darling rabbit statues and this gorgeous runner!
Aren't they adorable!
I'm really kicking myself for not buying the blue version of this runner. They also had matching placemats.
I did pick up these really inexpensive placemats. I love them and their delicate pattern. I've linked them below in the SHOP THE POST section.
I'll be sharing the how-to on these little bunnies next week.
I adore all things blue and white. Spring was the perfect time to break out my grandmother's pink depression glass plates.
You will be seeing a lot of this runner. I am totally smitten with it!
The simple greenery wreaths are leftover from Christmas. I left them up beyond. I'm on the hunt for something more light and airy to carry me through the fall.
The space used to be so much darker and formal. The lighter, casual look has us dining in here much more!
I am so close to finishing up the white trim work here. If you look closely, you will see that I still have to complete the two built-ins as well as the French door. It's almost done! It's just so time-consuming.
Be sure to check out the post on this console table. It is part of a fun Pinterest Challenge where a group of us completed our own version! We do this challenge monthly!
I'll be sharing more of our spring home very soon, so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a post!
Up next on the tour is my southern friend, Rhoda, from Southern Hospitality.
Check out the other tours!
Monday March 8th
Tuesday March 9th
Wednesday March 10th
Thursday March 11th
Friday March 12th