Ok everyone you have all been asking for photos of my dining room. I did a snowman theme with flocked trees and garlands.
My dining room has a space set off to the side where we just made into a cute and cozy sitting area. We have an antique fireplace mantle in this area and right now for Christmas we added a 7ft flocked Christmas tree. I got this tree from Hobby Lobby and I love it. I keep it on a rotating tree stand and I made a quick and simple tree box for it.
I added a flocked garland to the mantel and hung some crochet stockings that I purchased from a local antique store.
I like old antique cabinets where I can store all my silver, glass and cream ware.
Corner cabinets are always a great item to have.
I didn’t really have a lot of wall space on this end of my dining room so the corner cabinet worked great. We have two French doors that open out to our side porch on this end of the room. I hung curtains over the doors so they would not stand out so much.
I have a long buffet piece which I also purchased from a local antique store. I love buying pieces of furniture from antique stores because it makes my home unique. My buffet piece has drawers where I keep all my linens and platters.
I like to mix my silver and glass on my buffet. I also added a flocked garland with lights to the back of my buffet for Christmas. My crystal lamps were an amazing find from a thrift store.
I love crystal chandeliers and both of these were purchased from my local antique store.
I incorporated a lot of gold ornaments and snowmen onto my flocked tree. I tried to keep the snowman theme through the whole dining room.
All my chairs are from Pier One . I wanted a neutral colored chair that would always go with any decor I wanted to add.
I found two amazing doors from an antique store which I placed on each side of our window. I then added sconce chandeliers to them. I just ran the cord down the back of the door and the lights plug in.
I hope you enjoyed my dining and I hope I inspired you to find some unique items in your local antique stores and local thrift stores.