Remodeled and Beautifully Decorated Dining Room
I would be ever so thankful if you would take your time to
Remodeled and Decorated Dining Room
contributed by View Along The Way
If I had had the opportunity to invite you to dinner at our home about a year and a half ago, we probably would've enjoyed a classic peanut-butter-and-jelly while perched atop five-gallon drums of paint or sheetrock mud.
But if you'd declined, and we rescheduled for a few months later, you would've enjoyed a much finer dining experience: something microwaved, enjoyed from the futon in our bedroom, because that was the only room with real chairs.
If you'd been smart enough to postpone once again, we would've greatly upgraded your quality of food (well, notthatgreatly - I'm still figuring out this cooking thing) and served from our couch and ottoman downstairs.
But today! Today we would feast from an actual table and actual chairs in an actual dining room, like grown-ups!
And of course, when it's just Andy and me, we always take our meals in the dining room, and never on the couch anymore. *Cough.*
But why would we have avoided the dining room in the beginning? Because it looked like this:
Gleaming brass chandelier, wallpaper remnants clinging to the walls, unsanitary carpet underfoot, and glorious popcorn ceilings.
From mid-demo: most of the wallpaper was gone, carpeting ripped up and popcorn ceilings removed.
Shortly after: my dad helped us install and paint the picture molding around the bottom of the room and the upgraded crown molding at the top. Then everyone put the pressure on me to choose a paint color.
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