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Our Dining Room

First of all, thank you to all of you who left comments about the guest bedroom make-over! Thank you for taking the time to do that! Although I LOVE blue and brown, it just does not go with the flow of my house. I am going with a terra cotta color.
We have really enjoyed our dining room! We don't use it all that often, but when company comes over, it is so nice. The arrangement is not mine- wish it was! It belongs to a dear friend, Beth who recently moved here. I am keeping it until they get ready for it. They are unpacking from their move.
This hutch belonged to my grandmother. We keep all our china in it.
I love how the dining room opens into the kitchen. Makes it nice for serving guests.

Comments

Sara Campbell said…
Great color!
Aishlea said…
I love this room!
beckylbranch said…
I love that deep dark red! Beautiful room my dear :)
Kelley said…
Your dining room is beautiful. I love the color.
Sugar said…
I love your dining room! It looks great--and I love how you added some antiques to the mix. Your home looks beautiful!
Tara G. said…
The hutch is beautiful!
Leigh Ann said…
Beautiful. I love your table and chairs!
Jennifer said…
I LOVE your table and chairs! The chairs are really neat!
I'm glad you decided to keep the comforter in the guest room. I love it!
Heather said…
I love your dining room and the color on the walls is so pretty!! I love that floral arrangement, gorgeous!
Kelly said…
I love your dining room and I love your light fixture!
Your whole house is so cute!!
Kelly said…
That message above was from me, not Kelly! She's here at my house and was using my computer tonight!

Harper's Nonny
The Garners said…
Such a pretty room!
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