Where We Dine

Kelly's Korner home tours continue!

This week we are touring dining rooms!

I know lots of people's dining rooms just collect dust and never get used, but we use ours a lot! It's still probably pretty dusty anyway though!

I have my GREAT grandmother's china. It's probably 100 years old and we still have most of the set intact, even with a toddler in the house. Thankfully she doesn't mess with it.

It was the inspiration for the pink walls.
My husband is man enough to have a pink dining room.

I angled the dresser to balance the corner cabinet on the other wall.

I hung the mirror from a ribbon, so it could be on an angle too.

Both my sisters in law made me this burlap ruffled runner and I love it.

I wish I could give you a piece of that chocolate cake, but your not here and it's plastic anyway. But it's the thought that counts right?

See the other dining rooms here and join the tour!


Brandie said...

Great colors! I love your shabby chic little space! Thanks for sharing today:)!

Anonymous said...

I just love your house!!!

Cristi Atchley said...

I love your dining room, especially your burlap runner and the giant rooster in the background! I wish I could have a pink room!

And good job to your little one for leaving the pretty china alone! :-)

Lacy said...

Love your pink walls! Great job!

Vic at Blossom and Snowflakes said...

Lovely room! How wonderful to have your great grandmother's china! I like the way you've angled things:)

Erin K said...

I love the pink walls! And I bet Marcus is cool with it cause he knows you're gonna change it any day now. :) Just kidding! It's nice that your husband is completely supportive of your design decisions. I usually have to persuade mine.

Cory said...

Another beautiful room! I always think of neapolitan ice cream when I see it, and that makes me happy. I love the cheetah print on the chairs as well. Glad you posted.

paula said...

What a great space to have. Beautiful images and the wall colors too. :)
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Natasha said...

What a lovely room! The colours are great.

As you can tell I am a few weeks behind on my blog reading :)