Originally posted on June 29, 2016 - price and availability of particular products mentioned in this post may have changed.
Kitchen and dining room reveals are all the rage these days. As the primary gathering places for our loved ones, these rooms hold special meaning and deserve the TLC that many bloggers bestow upon them. From complete transformations to minor adjustments, designers and DIY-ers are not only improving their own homes but also taking readers along for the ride.
Rachel is one such blogger who recently revamped her kitchen and dining areas using a neutral color palette while mixing natural wood pieces with pristine white accompaniments. Hers is a home of farmhouse fairytales and we are so excited to share this stunning space with you. Read an excerpt from Rachel’s blog below — featuring our beautiful Danimore Oval Dining Table — and then click to see the entire post on her blog, Rachel Elizabeth Creates (a hub of inspiration in and of itself). You can also browse our full selection of dining room tables here.
|Unfortunately, the Danimore Oval Dining Table is no longer available. Please check out our selection of other dining tables here.|
Kitchen and Dining Reveal
(Excerpt from original blog post by Rachel Elizabeth)
First let me say how unbelievably blessed I feel every single time I walk into this kitchen. I could never have dreamed I would get to cook for my sweet family of 5 in this space each day. I come from humble beginnings so for me this house is a really big deal. To my hardworking husband and my God that brought us here, I am so so grateful. The best part is, how easy it makes caring for and feeding my family. I love sitting around our big table and sturdy comfy chairs each night for dinner together.
This beautiful dining table is from American Furniture Warehouse and can be found here. The chairs were a re-furb project I found on craiglist. In great condition but with just a little wear and tear and your typical stains so I re-covered and painted in my go-to white. I used Polar Bear by Behr in a flat finish and sealed with Minwax’s Polyacrylic in matte.