One Room Challenge- Source List

As promised, I'm back with my source list for the dining room redo I did for the One Room Challenge.  Thank you everyone for your positive response and kind words...it's been overwhelming! I am so happy with the way the space came together, and am just impatiently waiting for my artwork to arrive from Linda Donohue to finish off the space...it will be the icing on the cake!



Wall Paint:  Benjamin Moore Cotton Balls
Molding, trim and mantle Paint:  BM Decorator's White
Rug: Ballard Designs Herringbone Natural Fiber Rug (Just now I couldn't find the link...sold out perhaps?)
Curtains: Pottery Barn (already had)
White Chairs: Purchased 9 years ago here
Wicker Chairs: Home Goods
Pillows: Made from John Robshaw's Mani-Indigo fabric
Chandelier: Pottery Barn Graham chandelier
Green glass bottles: The Spotted Cod in Sandwich, MA



Hutch: A Craig's List find. Painted it BM White Dove, back is BM Palladian Blue.  Door knobs from Lowe's.
Mercury Glass Jars, shell balls, photo frames and large piece of coral: Home Goods
Green vintage books:  Etsy
Silver footed bowl and faux grass in white pot: Pottery Barn
2 Aquarium coral (that I spray painted white): PetsMart
Blue Ginger Jars: Wisteria
Anything not listed, I already had.

Gray cabinet: Purchased years ago from Pier One, painted it BM Silver Half Dollar with Antiquing Glaze applied after.
Wooden screen, green lamp and mercury glass dish:  Home Goods
3 Faux plants and wicker baskets on mantle: Ikea

 
Wooden Lantern (Broyhill) and wicker baskets: Home Goods
Blue & white jars: C Wonder
White oval platters:  Martha Stewart at Macy's
White urn: antique
 

 
 
Silver Candlesticks, wicker chargers, wine glasses: Ikea
Plates: Martha Stewart at Macy's
Napkins & Rings: Pier 1
Burlap Fabric for table runners: Walmart
Round basket in front of mantle: Target
 
I think that's everything...I still owe you a tutorial on our table, so that will be coming soon.


As always, feel free to leave a comment or ask questions in the comments section below.




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9 comments:

  1. What a gorgeous space! I love how you styled the shelves and the tablescape you created. Just lovely! Bravo.

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    1. Thank you Abby! Glad you stopped by.

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  2. You must be very proud of how lovely your space turned out. The perfect mix of wood, paint, recycled, and new.

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    1. Thank you Marsha! I do love how it turned out. I didn't let my family eat in there for 3 nights, just so I could enjoy it looking picture perfect! Elle

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  3. I love it. LOVE. IT. Followed you here from House of Turquoise. Your dining room is so close to mine, at least what I'm aiming for. I have SO many of the same things (the same wicker chargers, for instance, and silver candlesticks) and I love that I can see how you put them together. I have been thinking of painting my hutch white, and now that I can see how good it looks, I will. I've also been thinking of painting my little sideboard cabinet Palladian Blue, and I will. :) LOVE. it. Lol.

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    1. Thank you so much for your nice comments! It was through your message that I learned my room was featured over at House of Turquoise, so thank you! I'm thrilled that Erin featured my room...I'm a big fan of her blog and gather lots of inspiration from the beautiful photos she posts. Send me a photo of your dining room when it's done! Elle

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  4. Did you ever post a tutorial on the table? I am absolutely in love and need it for my new house!

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    1. Hi Mandy,
      Sorry I'm just getting back to you now- we were away on vacation for a week. Elle

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  5. Hi Mandy, Thanks for inquiring about the table. Here's the link for the tutorial:

    http://summerlandhomesandgardens.blogspot.com/2013/11/dining-room-table-tutorial.html

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