1. I love this look! I have a similar table in our dining room (I found it as a Craigslist steal last year!). I painted our dining room walls Sherwin Williams Gray Shingle, which is a shade or two lighter than Kendall Charcoal. While I love my gray dining room walls, I have been feeling it could use a little more interest. I held off on hanging curtains, but after seeing your photo, I think simple white curtains would be perfect. This is also inspiring me to get moving on wainscoting or shiplap ideas for the wall (which also means ripping out the old carpet, and installing new flooring!)
    I also love your white, textured table runner with fringe. Do you have a link to that table runner? (Looks like the one tagged in your post is a different runner that is a little less decorative)

    1. It sounds like you’ve made some great changes to your dining room! Unfortunately, the table runner is sold out (it was from Target before Christmas) and the one I linked is a similar look.

  2. I love this room — it’s so cozy. I really like how the wall color looks almost green in different light.

    1. Thank you, Janine! I do too! I originally wanted to go with dark green, but my husband told me that was an emotional choice inspired by the Christmas season. ? This was a good compromise.

  3. Nancy Davies says:

    Love it!!

  4. Jill Miglin says:

    Looks lovely, Nina. It’s also, so nice that your artwork has family history and sentimentality.

  5. so pretty!!! Everything about it is inviting. Some of the makeovers I have seen lately are so white and hands off…very pretty too…but not as inviting as yours! I love the dark wall colour. My dining room is in the middle of the house with no natural light at all…I am looking for something in the greige family that is a bit darker that goes fine with Revere Pewter. Any suggestions?

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