Farmhouse Dining Room
You’ve seen this room before, probably because it is currently my favorite in our house. It all started with a beautiful handcrafted farmhouse table made by my talented father in law, and the decoration process was all downhill from there! You know when you completely revolve a room design around a specific piece of furniture, or a certain fabric that you love? Like that one piece was your inspiration for an entire room? That is exactly how this went. This table turned out to be the perfect addition to our dining room and inspired everything else that fell into place afterwards.
I’d like to think of my style as modern farmhouse, with lots of vintage finds that add character. Everyone has their own way of decorating their house, so I thought I would start a new series I’m calling All in the Details where I share parts of my house and how you can achieve the same look! I’ll share sources on pieces I love, and maybe some still on my wishlist. First space up, our farmhouse dining room!
Most of what you see in this room are thrifted finds or handmade. Like the rest of my house, I stick with pretty much all natural, neutral colors. This room is pretty much finished, other than a new light fixture and window treatment for our slider/bay window. I’ll share my thoughts on those too towards the end.
A cute table centerpiece is essential! I like to give mine some height in the middle of our seven foot table, so I always use greenery of some kind to do that. Here I used an old minnow bucket that I found at an antique mall to display my greenery in. I love the patina of it and it matched well in the room! I have it sitting on a wood slice inside of this round basket, with some adorable mason jar salt and pepper shakers.
Also on our farmhouse table is my favorite villa striped table runner, paired with some old brass candle sticks I scored at our local flea market. I am obsessed with candlesticks of all kind right now…brass, wooden, glass, you name it! I switch them out with the seasons.
The hutch you see was a hand me down that I gave a makeover you can see [here]. Once that was done I filled it up with some of my favorite things! Ironstone platters and pitchers, cow creamers, vintage coffee grinders, cake plates, and other miscellaneous old finds.
To accent the hutch, I made some DIY shutters [here] that I hung on each side. On the top of the hutch I placed some seriously adorable tobacco baskets that I am in love with!!!
Lastly, what’s a good dining room without some perfect chairs!? I found these awesome black Windsor back chairs online that went perfect with our farmhouse table. I bought my favorite jute rug to put under the table, and added this fiddle leaf fig tree in an oversized basket.
S O U R C E L I S T
- Farmhouse Table – Built by my father in law
- Winsor back chairs – Overstock
- Black Villa Stripe Table Runner – World Market
- Brass Candlesticks – Flea Market Find
- Mason Jar Salt and Paper Shakers – Target
- Round Basket – Michaels
- Wood Slab – Bed Bath and Beyond
- Minnow Bucket – Antique Mall
- Greenery – Michaels
- Hutch – Furniture makeover
- Shutters – DIY
- Ironstone platters and pitchers – Antique Mall
- Coffee Grinders/ Cutting Board/ Metal Boxes/ Antique salt and pepper shakers /Scale – Antique Mall
- Metal Cake Stand – Red Door Furniture Co.
- Glass Cake Stand – Bed Bath and Beyond
- Tobacco Baskets – Décor Steals
- Cow Creamers – TJ Maxx/Home Goods
- Jute Rug – Rugs USA
- Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree – Walmart
- Oversized Basket – Home Goods
W I S H L I S T
- French Doors to replace slider to our deck
- Window Treatment
- New Light Fixture – Lowes
Thoughts on our Farmhouse Dining Room? I hope you like it!
Absolutely gorgeous! What it the paint color? It looks like such a perfect gray!
Thank you! It’s actually a taupe! It’s called Tony Taupe by Sherwin Williams!
Love this look and I love those chairs! The table is beautiful as well…so sad to see I can’t buy it somewhere. Oh well…
Thank you so so much Shelley! Sorry about the table! I wish we could have him made you one and ship it to you! Lol. XO!
Thank you so much Teri! Xo!
WOW what a gorgeous way you have styled everything! Just stunning!! Love it all!! 🙂
You have done such a beautiful job on curating all of the pieces in this space. Love your hutch styling 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
Such a nice compliment! I appreciate it so much! I had fun styling that hutch! Glad you like it 🙂
Love this, looks great! Just discovered your blog today!
Yay! Grateful you are here! Thanks so much!
Absolutely lovely! So happy I’ve discovered your blog!
And I am so so happy you are here! Thank you!
Love your farmhouse decor – especially the way you decorated your hutch! What great vintage finds…. Love your blog and just signed up to be a subscriber! Blessings to you….
You are so so sweet!!!! I am so glad you are here and I appreciate the feedback and kind words more than you know! Xo!
Beautiful choices. I love all the textures and creativity. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for visiting! Such sweet comments 🙂
Such a pretty space. Love the table runner and those shutters are awesome! Pinned!
Thank you so much Kristi!!!
Love all the decor! Those shutters are amazing! Beautiful space!
Thanks so much for visiting Lindsay!!!
Perfect little details! Love those little cows with the ironstone! And that little grinder! Beautiful!
Thank you! Aren’t the cow creamers adorable!? I couldn’t help myself with all the rest! Antiques are my weakness!
Simply beautiful Ashley!
Thanks so much Sandy!!! So glad you stop by here! Hope all is well! XOXO!
Love this room, Ashley…..I’m completely swooning over the minnow basket!
Me too! I love the patina of it! Thanks for stopping by friend!
Such a simple, but pretty space! The wood shutters are everything !!!!! 🙂
Thanks Paige! I do love those shutters…and they were easy to make!
I don’t know which part I like the best because I like all of it! Also, I really like the light fixture you have in mind. It will look great above the table!
Thank you so much Megan!!! So glad you like it all! Thanks for visiting 🙂
I love this space! It’s so pretty and classic. I love the white dishes!
Thank you very much Colleen! I have a small obsession with ironstone, it’s so pretty to display!