Okay, okay. I know you have many blogs to visit today so I will keep the written part short and sweet. It's been a tough 6 weeks and I didn't accomplish everything I had hoped to get done for the reveal, but I think you'll get the picture - actually you're about to get lots of pictures.
First, the obligatory "before" shot. (If you'd like to catch up on the posts leading up to today's reveal, you can do so here.)
Oozing with charm, right? Sure it is! See the "afters" below.
Please don't judge my photos too harshly - I took them myself because my room is not yet totally done (as if that will ever happen) and I worked on it up until it was time to post the photos. Oh, and some of my DIY projects might be a little rough around the edges. Still working on those finishing touches!
I'm still playing musical chairs around the dining room table. Bench and chairs or just chairs?
Do you recall the Chinoiserie fabric that inspired this entire space?
Sadly it's nowhere to be found in here - yet. Due to unavoidable circumstances, my upholsterer was not able to get my host dining chairs done in time for today's reveal. Sad face :-( . As you read this, my chairs are getting upholstered with my Chinoiserie print fabric on the backs and they will flank the ends of my dining room table. Kind of a bummer they're not here yet but I'll be sure and take photos when they arrive.
And lucky you! This reveal is a 2-for-1 because I did my living room too!
Leopard pillows - I'm all in.
Most of the items I used in both rooms are vintage and "found" items. People always ask me about decorating with vintage finds, and I always give the same answer. It takes time, people! And patience too.
Just look at how excited Ellie is over this new space!
And that's where we are today! I owe a giant "Thank you" to my Mom who spent a weekend with me placing furniture and accessorizing. And a big thank you to everyone who's followed my progress along the way and taken the time to comment with such kind words. It's much appreciated!
UPDATE: At the 11th hour, the upholsterer that was redoing my chairs emailed me to tell me he got one finished up. Hurray! Here's a look at that
Finally, a Super Sized thank you to Linda for providing the motivation and for hosting the One Room Challenge and The One Room Challenge Linking Event. Make sure you head over to Linda's blog where you'll find the links for everyone who participated in this round's event!
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