A Uniquely Perfect Dining Room

Nothing is better than gathering around a dining room to enjoy a hot meal with the people you love. Okay, I can think of one thing: Gathering around that same table with the same people in a beautifully restyled dining room that encompasses farmhouse charm, chippy goodness, and modern dining decor. And as always, ALL  done on a budget. This entire room was completely restyled for $300 (everything except dining table, chairs, and light)

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The vision for this room was simple. Literally SIMPLE. Sometimes less is more and I knew this room needed exactly that. Simple farmhouse design meets modern Orange County home.  Some of the main places I shopped for this design was:

Home Goods

TJ Maxx

Ikea

Goodwill

Michaels

and Home Depot for my building supplies.

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Goodwill is the best place to shop for Farmhouse decor on a budget. So many people throw out old family heirlooms, attic junk, and items that may seem out of date. I found many of the items on this shelf from Goodwill. All for $60.

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TJ Maxx and Home Goods are my favorite places to find table runners and dishcloths on a budget. I bought both of these items for $20.

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Ikea is my favorite place for faux plants. Who has time to keep real ones alive? Okay maybe you do. I most certainly do not, and I know many of my clients do not as well. All of these plants were under $5 a piece. Greenery can make any room come alive, and is essential for home decor. If you feel like a space is dull or just “not right”, add a plant. It can change EVERYTHING!!

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Michaels is my go to for crafting mostly, but I came across this deal of a deal when I was there the other day and I knew that these candelabras were perfect. They were chippy and wonderful and on sale.  They were $20 for two!! And don’t forget to download their app for coupons. I got 20% off of my purchase.

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At Home Depot I bought all of my supplies to build my:

Chicken Feed Centerpiece- the tutorial for this is on the blog HERE.

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DIY $20 chalkboard that I promise to share in a few weeks.

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 & DIY $6 ladder that I also promise to share soon.

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DIY Shanty 2 Chic Floating shelves that costed $45 for each set. The tutorial for those beauties can be found HERE.

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“Mercantile” Sign purchased from my ETSY SHOP.

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All in all, this simple farmhouse house dining room is ready for family and friends to make memories. Nothing is sweeter than that, & I feel so lucky to be a part of that story.

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Hope you are inspired. ~Taylor

 

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