6/22/12

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!

9 comments:

Brandie said...

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

Sara Beth 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 :)