3.11.2013

Dining Room Chairs

How was your weekend? We had beautiful weather with spring temps, but today we are back to clouds and rain. That's okay I have plenty of inside chores to do.

It's time to show you how the newly painted and recovered chairs look in the dining room. I do love how the lighter color of the chairs brightens the whole look of the room. I have one question though. Should I paint the apron and legs of the table or leave it?


 The china hutch is painted.

The buffet is painted.

This armoire is not and will not ever be according to Mr. Savvy.

So paint or not?

The frames have been changed and I will share more about them later.

I've been playing musical pillows.

I think I like this. These pillows match my drapes and was the whole reason for buying the checked fabric.


Like my new bench? Actually I got it in December and haven't shared it with y'all.

I love the tufting and it is from Joss & Main. I had a credit that knocked a chunk off the price.
I was going to use it at the end of the bed in the master, but this fabric clashes with my headboard so glad I can use it in here.Whenever we have guests at the table I will bring the other two chairs to the table since a bench really is not comfortable to sit on for any length of time. This table won't be used until Christmas eve though. I guess I will  paint and recover the other two chairs before then.



Couple of early morning shots with the sun coming in.


Sources:
Buffalo checked fabric in Biscuit: Calico Corners
Linen in Oatmeal: New York Fashion Center
Jute trim on chairs: Joann's
Click on the highlighted links to go straight to the source.

Just in case you need a reminder of the before. Here are the chairs in brown and the green fabric. Oh, and the wicker chairs have found new spots and I am sure you will see them soon.

Have a super week!

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110 comments:

  1. I think you might as well get busy painting. If it were me...I'd paint it. I think it's too brown and shiny for the room now. You might should paint it grey like the hutch or the two side chairs. I think it will be super pretty painted.

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  2. Kim, I love your chairs. That must have been a lot of work, but totally worth it because they have transformed the room. Well done,you. Thanks for sharing, liz PS. I vote to leave the table as is.

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  3. The dining room looks beautiful, Kim, as well as much lighter. As far as painting the table legs and apron....not sure. I'd live with it a while. Actually, it might make the stained armoire feel more "at home" to leave the whole table stained. Regardless, it has all come together beautifully and your painting technique is perfected! Linda

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  4. Kim, your dining room is A M A Z I N G! This is my favorite look to date. The colors, your chairs, the painted ceiling....D R E A M Y! This room is a showstopper for sure, thanks for inspiring. xo ~Liz

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  5. You know you are going to paint! But, if not everything looks great as is.

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  6. Hi Kim,
    Your dining room looks lovely. All of your hard work on the chairs has really paid off....just stunning!
    Sense you asked...no I would not paint the table legs and apron. I think the dark wood helps to ground the room. Just sayin...

    hugs
    Sissie

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  7. I love the contrast of the darker table with the chairs. The only thing that I maybe would do is just tone down the table a bit but leave it the darker color. To me if you make it like the other things in the room it will fade away right now I feel like it anchors the room which I love.

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  8. Beautiful Kim! Love your fabric choices...buffalo check in any color is a win with me! Personally, I love wood, so I wouldn't paint the table. :)
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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  9. I love how that looks! The lighter color is so pretty. Of course, you already know how much I love that bench! I'm waiting in the wings if you ever tire of it. LOL! What did you do with your kuboo chairs?

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  10. What in the world will you do when painted furniture stops looking fun and stylish? You know it's bound to happen. I can hear it already: "Oh, that looks sooo 2010s!" I agree with earlier comments to live with the table for a while before you get out your paintbrush.

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  11. Looks fabulous Kim...WOW, has this dining room done a 360 degree turn around!

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  12. Inspiring once again! The chairs are beautifully done as is the entire room! Always love to see how your update and change things.

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  13. Oh how beautiful everything is...just beautiful! I am a die hard painter of all wood and this stumps me. The table is gorgeous as is, but I know it would be beautiful painted too on the apron and legs. Either way it's gorgeous!

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  14. Kim, your dining room looks amazing. I love the fresh look of the painted chairs! I would leave the table apron unpainted for now. I do think it grounds the room and also pulls the unpainted armoire into the room too, but it wouldn't look bad painted either.

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  15. Gorgeous! I love the color of the buffet, and that bench is perfection in there! I say leave the table unpainted - I love the rich wood tones against all of the painted furniture you have in there. Beautiful!

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  16. Hi Kim,
    Wow!!, stunning makeover!
    Love the buffalo check and the new paint colour choice of your dining room chairs. I do like the table as it is now...I think it ties in with your beautiful rich hardwood floors & with the armoire.
    So, three things in common there help to balance out all of the lightness in the room. I think your eye would naturally travel around the room on those three things. The airiness of the room is just beautiful we all want that natural lightness ;0) I do also love the new bench and the dark table behind it. But if you felt you wanted to go lighter...say maybe seasonally? I would suggest a natural linen or the oat linen table cloth for the table. Have it touch the floor all around covering the table completely. A nice & full one. At the bottom of the table cloth a heavy fringe in a slightly darker shade then the linen colour of the table cloth choice colour. I would then use your full set of chairs all around the table. But you know Kim, it looks fabulous right now ;0) Well done!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  17. LOVE the way that sun shines in on all your beautiful work!! blessings ~ tanna

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  18. Your dining room is absolutely stunning. I love everything about it!
    I say leave the table as it is. The armoire will stick out like a sore
    thumb if everything else is painted.

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  19. So beautiful, Kim! I love your newly painted chairs and the tufted bench is fabulous! As for your table ... it's truly a gorgeous focal point, as is ... but, I know how your paint brush likes to travel in your home, swiping whatever is in its path! LOL

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  20. Yes, the chairs sure do lighten up the room. I love them and my vote is to paint the table base. Can't wait to see what you decided. I love the space no matter what you do, and am a fan of anything in buffalo check:) Did you get a new hair cut in your profile pic? Lookin cute!

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  21. I think painting the apron and legs would highlight the stained tabletop. The dining room is gorgeous no matter what you do.

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  22. Your dining room looks amazing! I love the table as is but know it would look great with the apron and legs painted too. Either way, you can't go wrong....it's a gorgeous room!

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  23. Kim, Your dining room is gorgeous! And I agree don't paint the armoire. It's stunning and perfect with the blue and white vases on top!! No matter what you do with your table your room will continue to look lovely. Personally, I like the mix of some wood with painted pieces. It actually makes your chairs stand out nicely because of the contrast.
    Mary Alice

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  24. The chairs and bench look wonderful Kim. I would leave the table just as it is...

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  25. Kim, Your dining room looks fantastic. I love when you use the pillows that match the drapes. The table is beautiful just as is, but I know you will do a fantastic job if you decide to paint the apron and legs. If it were mine I think I would paint it. It is amazing how light and airy it looks in there now. Love, love, love the new look. Have a great week. Sheila

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  26. Your dining room looks beautiful ....

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  27. I would leave the table as is. You have quite a bit painted in the room. I love the pillows that match your drapes and would use pillows in only the host chairs OR the chairs on either side of the china cabinet. I know you love pillows (and I do too), but you can over do it. I have been guilty of that too!

    I agree on the armoire too - it is gorgeous as is! We use an armoire in our great room and one in our MB to conceal the tv!

    tina

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  28. Wow Kim...like a feature straight out of a magazine...Love, love the chairs...you did a fantastic job as always...the bench is perfect with the table...and the pillows look really "fine" on the chairs.....So, the question of to paint or not to paint...I love the contrast of the table to the chairs...I think the table ties into the beautiful armoire that Mr. Savvy won't let you paint...then again, you can leave the top stained and paint the rest...I know you will make the perfect decision!!!

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  29. Seriously, do you ever sleep?!! You have once again done an amazing job. That room is like a breath of fresh air! I think I am leaning towards leaving the table "as is" to tie in with the armoire. I love the bench, buffalo checks, pillows...gorgeous!
    -Shelley

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  30. Kim your dining room looks beautiful! I vote to leave the table as is...the contrast of the dark wood looks beautiful!

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  31. Looks so lovely with the sunshine coming through in these pictures - so cozy! You've done a fab job, I think the contrast of the dark wood is beautiful and you shouldn't change a thing xxx

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  32. The chairs look great, Kim! I love how your dining room looks and the bench is very pretty. I think I might go ahead and paint the apron and legs of the table now that the chairs are painted.

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  33. It is beautiful Kim.The blend of painted and unpainted pieces is luvly. I say live with the table as is for a bit and then go from there. As it is it marries beautifully with the unpainted armoire.
    Thanks for always inspiring me...
    Hugs, Gee

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  34. Soooooo gorgeous.....love everything! I vote to paint the apron on the table :o)
    ~Des

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  35. My vote is not to paint. I love the beauty of wood.

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  36. This room is stunning!!!!!! Love it!!!!!

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  37. Kim, this room is just fabulous, and yes, I think painting the apron and legs will visually bring it all together. Leaving the top stained will tie the armoire in to it all. Looks amazing!!

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  38. I am not sure about the painting of the table, however,you dining room looks gorgeous. Love the bench, beautiful and the chairs are stunning. Hugs, Marty

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  39. I love, LOVE your dining room as it is rght now. You did a FABULOUS job on the chairs, they are gorgeous. I would not paint the table, I love the contrast. Love the pillows too. The chady is TO DIE FOR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Have a great week. XO, Pinky

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  40. Turned out beautifully. I love the wood table and armoire unpainted. Absolutely lovely!!!!

    Amelia

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  41. Love the new look of your dining room. Fabulous! I like the contrast of the table as it is, so I wouldn't paint it. I know it would look great with the painted legs and stained top, but it really is a show stopper of a room the way you have it now. You've been a busy lady. Oh, and I love the toile pillow in the chair. ~ Sarah

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  42. Definitely paint.

    By the way, the chairs look fabulous!

    Kelly

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  43. I share the very same feeling as Heather ... what happens when this current painting/distressing phase is over? That's the dilemma that I seem to always have ... & it usually wins. I just can't seem to bring myself to paint over my big or costlier pieces of furniture, although I certainly admire those of you who do & do it so well. This room is beautiful, as is your whole home, but I vote to leave the table as is.

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  44. Your dining room is so pretty and bright! As much as I love things painted, I think i would opt to not paint the table...I ties in nicely with the armoire. I love your wicker chairs. Can I ask where you got them? I have wicker in my kitchen, but I wish they looked more like yours :)

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  45. Kim, it's all gorgeous!!! I recently painted my breakfast room chairs white; they also were yellow before. So I am looking at my table, which is very dark, and wondering the same thing. For me, I'm waiting until we move and then reassessing. For your room, I think I would paint the table base. But if you decide not to, it's all stunning either way.

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  46. Everything looks wonderful. Since the armoire is there, and isn't going to be painted, I'd say leave the table as is. It gives balance to the armoire and vice versa.....
    Love your whole room, just as is.....lovely! Perfect for Easter!
    Nancy
    http://wildoakdesigns.blogspot.com

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  47. Kim, it all looks simply fabulous!

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  48. Just stunning, Kim! I love them! My vote is for not painting... I think the wood provides a nice contrast. Either way, I know it will be gorgeous though. :-)

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  49. At 1st blush I didn't notice the table legs & apron at all. Leave it. I agree, too much matchy-match will be too much. Great job, Kim. I love the hutch and the chandelier especially. xx's

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  50. It looks so pretty! My vote is for no paint on the table, and the bosporus pillows!
    Whatever you decide will be perfect though!
    Blessings,
    J

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  51. Good Monday Morning Kim,
    I love the dining room the way you have it. However I am a big fan of painting things and you have a great eye for that so whatever you decide to do it will be so pretty. Love the chairs and how light they are in the room.
    Kris

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  52. I really like the chairs painted with the new fabric. But, please don't paint the legs of that table! haha! Seriously though, I think the table looks wonderful as it is and ties in with the armoire. Your dining room has never looked better! ~Delores

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  53. Well, you know me and my big mouth and just kinda say it like it is. First off, I LOVE the room. You did a phenomenal job on those chairs and everything else in the room. I was going to ask you if you got a new bench but you answered that before I could ask. I love that, too. ok-here's my take on it. When I look at the room the thing that jumps out the most at me is the table. It stands out and is the most highlighted piece in the room to me. So, if that is your goal I would leave it just like it is. If you want more of a blend then I would paint the sides/legs out. Because the armoire and chest are along the wall they don't really command center attention like the table does. Right now the table is the "anchor" in the whole room to me. Either way it is just beautiful and again, that is just my take on it. xo Diana

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  54. Your dining room looks so pretty! I love it just the way it is. Your chairs turned out beautiful.I love your new bench too.

    Kathy

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  55. Your dining room is lovely! I vote yes to painting the apron & legs, especially since you could probably knock it out in 15 minutes~ I need to know what kind of vitamins you take :)

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  56. The room is beautiful! I think I would keep the table as it is now. I think it is a nice contrast to the lighter colored chairs and adds interest

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  57. Kim,

    It's beautiful! I cannot believe how LARGE your Dining Room is!

    xo

    Andie

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  58. You know you will end up painting that table! I think it is so beautiful as is, that I would have a hard time painting it. I live somewhere between "you don't paint beautiful wood furniture" and "but I love the look of painted furniture". I guess I'm lucky that I don't have the painting talent that you do...not as tempting at m house! I love the chairs...the room is gorgeous!

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  59. Such a gorgeous room, Kim ... like the rest of your home. I love the painted chairs and the rest of the painted pieces. I'd probably leave the table in its natural form. Just my opinion.

    I'm actually dying to paint my chairs and hutch, but I'm afraid The Man would have a cow, not to mention my daughter. But I want to, want to, want to. Maybe a hissy fit is in order.

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  60. Well, what can I say? They look great Kim. You are so talented. I loved seeing all the pictures of your dining room. It sort of ties it all together for me now. I know this is off the subject, but I am so intrigued by the color on your ceiling. All the ceilings in our house are white, but I'm drawn to rooms with painted ceilings. You built your house, didn't you? Did you always have that ceiling painted? If not, what made you decide to paint it, and how did you choose your color? Are there other rooms in your house with painted ceilings? As for the table, if it were me, I would go ahead and paint the legs and apron, but I'm sure whatever you do will look classic and elegant, as always. Have a great day!

    Debbie

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  61. This room is so, so pretty. I love Bosporus and just did pillows for my sofa in the same one. I love both painted and wood pieces, but my vote would be to paint the legs and apron. I think it would be perfect with the chairs, yet you would still have the wood of the top.

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  62. Kim, Your dining room looks wonderful, and the chairs turned out great. I've been wanting to do mine, but every time I mention it my husband squashes the idea. :)
    As to your table, since you have "Mr.Savvy's armoire" there, you have another piece similar in color to the table...but, if you painted the apron and legs, the top would still tie back to Mr.Savvy's armoire, and that would work too.
    Does that make sense?

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  63. Looks wonderful Kim! This may be a duplicate because I didn't read all the comments but I'd paint them to match the bench from Joss and Main if anything...love it all!

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  64. I am going to say something unpopular. Don't paint the table, apron or armoire. Pretty left as is.

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  65. you did a wonderful job on the chairs! I would paint the legs and the apron the same color as the chairs, for continuity, but definitely leave the top as is. the bench looks great too

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  66. I love it the way it is now, because I like contrast. But I would not paint it two toned, because that's 90s. I have a couple of pieces like that and I want to paint them solid. So in my opinion, if I was going to paint it I go for overall painting.

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  67. I forgot to add that I like painted furniture, and I have mostly painted furniture, but I like to have at least one piece of stained wood in each room. It gives it character and a sense of history.

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  68. Your dining room is beautiful. I would leave the table alone. It is gorgeous and doesn't need the apron painted. I love all of the other painted pieces and the new bench is stunning.

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  69. Boy, what a difference your chairs make in the light color. I love it. It makes the whole room lighter and airier (SP?) Thanks for sharing. Paula

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  70. Geez, I don't know about the paint question. I'm just not good with envisioning paint or applying it either. Tell Mr. Savvy if he gets too sassy he might end up getting painted too.
    Brenda

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  71. Well, you know me and the paint questions, so I will just let the others join in on that....but the dining room looks beautiful. I also saw your feature at the other blog, but for the life of me, can't remember now!! Old age, how I love it!!

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  72. Just a few changes really changed the whole look of this room! I love the chairs and the buffalo check fabric... I have a thing for buffalo check. Beautiful transformation.

    If the table didn't have such a large apron, I would say leave it wood. But because of the apron I would paint it and the legs leaving the top wood.
    You transform a room in record time, Kim! I still have three chairs to paint and reupholster!

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  73. I love the look of wood, but I am totally in love with that painted hutch - and the bench - and the chairs - and the pillows, etc.! You have done a lovely job in there!

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  74. The room looks really nice this way. I agree with several others on not painting the table. It's beauty is enhanced by the pieces that are painted. Too many pieces painted will compete and nothing will be the focal point. You've really got the ASCP painting down to an art! Love the fabric in your chairs. It's such a nice room and well lit.

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  75. OMG!, your chairs look gorgeous, what a great job you did and all your dining room looks simply beautiful..magazine worth! Yes, I also agree on not painting the table anymore. Have a lovely week.
    FABBY

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  76. I love the painted chairs and new buffalo check on the chairs, I say don't paint the table, love the contrast. The room looks beautiful!

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  77. wow it all looks fabulous! I like the contrast but either is going to be stunning!

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  78. Beautiful dining room Kim! Your painted finishes are remarkable. I vote no on painting the table...it's a beauty in its current state in my opinion :)

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  79. Your room looks lovely! Light and bright and inviting. To me, the dark wood helps balance things out. It helps to ground the space. Maybe you should wait a while before making a decision.

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  80. Your room looks lovely! Light and bright and inviting. To me, the dark wood helps balance things out. It helps to ground the space. Maybe you should wait a while before making a decision.

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  81. The chairs are lovely white or natural. But the room is absolutely gorgeous. Well done! :)

    ~Liz

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  82. Wow!! Your whole dining room looks gorgeous. The chairs came out great!! What an inspiration, you are making me want to take a paint brush to anything and everything!! Thanks so much, I really enjoy your posts!

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  83. Absolutely gorgeous, Kim! I like the contrast of the table and would leave it as is...for awhile anyway! :)

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  84. Gorgeous!! So many beautiful pieces and the chairs and bench are incredible. LOVE that ceiling!

    Pat

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  85. Love the bench.. the room looks great. I think I like the contrast of the furniture not painted..

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  86. Hi Kim, everything looks great, I would paint the apron and legs...just did the very same thing....left only the table top dark. I like the interest and textures going on, and your lovely fabric on the painted chairs, perfect. I have rush seats on our chairs. I was about to leave the two arm chairs stained, but now have decided to paint them as well. Painting dining rooms must be in the air...we are all painting!! N.xo

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  87. It is BEAUTIFUL! What an awesome transformation! Love the buffalo check and the yellows! ~Zuni

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  88. My oh my, i am LOVING this space! So pretty!

    Jenny
    www.simcoestreet.blogspot.ca

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  89. Your dining room is charming!! But please don't paint the table. Resist!!

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  90. It's so gorgeouse!!! Love love! I love all the painted pieces. But, like other's see that its a beautiful wood table. I have a suggestion that I dont think anyone has mentioned. I personaly dont care for just the legs and apron (I am assuming the apron is the wood trim around and under the table top) being painted and the top left...to me it looks like something un-finished. I have seen many pieces like that..and it just doesnt feel right to me. So my suggestion is...Only paint the apron...just 4 sides keep the legs in that beautiful wood and allow that leg to go all the way up to the table top in that beautiful wood. Allow the top to be in that beautiful wood...by doing just the 4 sides of the trim under the table aka/apron you will blend the table, but keep the contrast and it will Match the amoire...kind of like putting a cute belt on a dress to ty the outfit together. this would be the painted belt around your table that ty's the whole thing together...regardless you have a gorgeouse Room!

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  91. I think I would paint the bottom half of the table. It looks a little too dark now in contrast to the other pieces. The blue piece is still my favorite. Like your fabric choices. I would also consider adding a contrasting shade under the chair rail.

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  92. Having the apron & legs painted would be the perfect touch for a cohesive look!

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  93. I love everything about this room - especially the perfect combo of painted and unpainted furniture. Gotta say I am loving the curtains too! Hope you can stop by the enchanted oven for a visit.
    xo,
    Lisa

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  94. Hello Kim! You already have so many suggestions.... I don't think you need more, and I'm always so indecisive... But, just in case your are counting the votes (haha), include me in the group "leaving the table in it's wonderful wood".
    Your chairs are fantastic, you did a great job!
    Besos!!

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  95. Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!! I love your dining room Kim and the chairs are wonderful- of course I love the fabric-so similar to my drapes in my bedroom!!! I would leave the table as is- the wood is beautiful and I think a mix of finishes is perfect- but whatever you do will be lovely!

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  96. My vote is to PAINT the apron and legs of the table but leave the top. This would bring the chairs and table together. But that is a personal opinion. I can't wait to see what you decide.

    ~ Lisa ~

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  97. I really love the contrast between the dark table and the painted chairs. If you're unsure, I would live with it the way it is for a bit and determine whether you constantly visit the idea of painting it or you love it the way it is. Then you'll have your answer. One last thing.. if I were to begin painting the table, I would start with the apron and legs, leaving the top dark. Then, if you decide to paint the top as well, you can, but you can also see what it will look like with the top dark.

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  98. It all looks GORGEOUS, Kim! As for the table, I would paint the apron and legs something similar to the bench legs! Btw that's a beautiful bench!

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  99. I've loved watching all the updates to this room and it's just beautiful! So, my opinion is to leave the table as it is, and doing so will allow all your painted pieces to stand out and be a great contrast. Love the Calico fabric you chose ~ I have the same fabric on my breakfast room chairs. :)

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  100. What a beautiful home you have! I would leave the table as it is. I love the contrast between the chairs and table.

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  101. Hi Kim,

    Both me and GH drools when I showed him your home. The bench my drooling moment, though I love all your pieces.

    Happy Tuesday.

    Greetings from Stockholm,
    /CC girl

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  102. I love your dining room and the color choices. It is so fresh and springy looking. Come link up to centerpiece Wed on my blog The Style Sisters http://thestylesisters.blogspot.com/2013/03/centerpiece-wednesday-and-wrap-up_12.html
    Karin

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  103. Kim, this is a great link up. Thanks for hosting. xo Kristin

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  104. I'm late but I have to put my two cents worth in. First your dining room is beautiful and I love the new lighter chair color. Second, I say leave the table the don't paint. The dark legs and apron grounds the table to the floor and gives a nod to French farmhouse tables.

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  105. I SO don't wanna get on Mr. Savvy's bad side, so I'm not going to weigh in on the To-Paint-Or-Not-To-Paint issue! :-) Your dining room looks GORGEOUS , though!!! I love the addition of the bench in there! It looks so modern without going crazy against the style in the rest of the room! With that amazing chandelier and that china cabinet that I have sighed over time & time again...it's just perfectly beautiful!!!! You did a beautiful job on the centerpiece, too!!!

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  106. Hi Kim, can you tell me how you painted your china cabinet? That's the color I'm going for and would love some tips on how to create that distressed look with those colors-
    Whitney

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  107. Kim your dining room looks amazing and now you have me wanting a backless bench for our dining room as well! Thanx for sharing at THT!

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  108. I love your dining room. I have a couple of pieces I'm trying to decide whether to paint or not as well. I like your table as is, but you have fantastic taste so I'm sure whatever you decide will be beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  109. It's beautiful and I wouldn't change a thing! You can come paint my furniture if you want to though?? Haha.

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  110. Absolutely beautiful! Can I ask what brand and color you used on the walls and ceiling? Love it!

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