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I think this updated look is going to be just what our room needed for this upcoming holiday season!
I’d like to express a word of thanks to Aidan Gray for providing several products to make this post possible.
Tony and I began talking about this update months ago and decided to start with an update to the space where the Habersham hutch lived. And it would remain that color while it sat in my garage.
However, there is one room that has changed the least during this time. Well, that changed as I recently completed an update that should have happened long ago.
When updating dining room furniture keeping upholstered pieces neutral is a wise decorating decision. These white embossed pottery plates from Portugal are so beautiful!
Our dining room is one of the first rooms I set up and decorated when we moved to our home 3 years ago.
I knew it was two separate pieces, but figured the bottom part was unfinished – you know – all pretty along the edges, but particle board or something craptastic on top, since it wasn’t seen? ): And just started cutting and sticking the pieces all over in the foam till I was happy with the “poof” factor: I loved how it was turning out, but I knew the buffet needed one thing a dining room isn’t complete without – candlelight. And it makes the room feel SO much more spacious without that hutch on top!
Well, one day I did some batting of the eyelashes at the hubs, and he helped me push the monster away from the wall (did I mention it is INSANELY heavy? ;) I skipped to the local Dollar Tree RUN, don’t walk to the Dollar Tree, cause right now they have candle holders that flare out at the top, and it looks SO much like the William’s Sonoma version! Of course, I love it best at night, with the centerpiece all lit up!
), and we pushed the hutch back a bit to see what was on top of the buffet piece: Cue the birds and angels singing Squeezays!! I ended up taking the mirrors out of the back of the hutch, along with the glass shelves, and then took the doors off. : I still haven’t glued the base on, so they are a little precarious at the moment. : (To see how I made the centerpiece, go here.) Lurve: I am GIDDY thinking of ways to decorate the buffet for the holidays! It only took me five years, but I got my dream of a buffet in the dining room.