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Shop our top dining categories below to get started. Create an inviting dining space to entertain family and friends with all the essentials to support a delicious meal. From statement chandeliers to luxurious seating, find timeless updates to make everyone feel welcome. As our family and friends assess the damage caused by these hurricanes, some of our stores remain closed in the affected areas. With heavy proportions, bold legs and wide pilasters, it’s both durable and beautiful. They are available in custom wood finishes including antique blue, weathered grey, and vanilla bean.

It comes with two doors, six drawers and cast metal hardware in an aged and burnished brass color. It comes with two doors with cast metal hardware in an aged and burnished brass color. Available in custom wood finishes including antique blue, weathered grey and vanilla bean. Get first dibs on new arrivals, latest offers, sweepstakes and tips. It’s the perfect place to share good meals and conversation with friends and family. French country, or traditional, discovering the winning combination that works for you will have guests drooling over your dining room in no time. Finding one that’s the appropriate size and shape for your space can be overwhelming!

Currently, we’re loving the look of round and oval tables for the communal atmosphere they lend to a space!

This allows your guests enough space to move freely throughout the room. Your table’s size, shape, and style will determine how many people you can comfortably seat (ie. First, check the seat and arm heights against the height of your table.

You want to ensure there’s enough space to slide the chair comfortably underneath.

You should allow roughly 6 inches between each chair, offering guests ample room to slide in and out. For more on measurements, check out this handy guide. Same goes for upholstery – each piece can display its own personality while still contributing to the grouping as a whole. And if mixing and matching your dining chairs makes you nervous, go the classic route and opt for a statement head chair with complementary matching side chairs. This look still offers that collected vibe without straying too far from time-honored tradition.

We suggest mixing colors, prints or patterns depending on the look you are trying to achieve. Hopefully you’re feeling more confident about outfitting your dining space with vintage seating. They can really make a room if the chairs fit the theme and add an awesome vintage aspect!

Provides just the right amount of style contrast!

I currently have a vintage chair for my make up table, but definitely need to incorporate more into the rest of the house somehow!

Block print dhurrie rugs can command a pretty penny. To get the look for less, use a pretty wall stencil to apply a pattern to a large piece of artist canvas or drop cloth with a foam stencil brush.

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For an 8' by 10' rug, you'll need about a quart of standard interior paint in a satin finish. The pendant lights, crafted from repurposed chickenwire, and functional potbelly stove reinforce the traditional farmhouse feel. The homeowner displays her collection of blue and green demijohn bottles on either side of the dining room table in built in shelves. The small-scale pattern provides a muted enough backdrop for bolder statement pieces, like vintage metal trays featuring bold buds. The owner shot the photo in a marsh on the property. The composition, colors, his body language, and his facial expression make for a compelling piece. Sculptural and sleek, with single bulb illumination for a dramatic effect. This this can double as a trinket box or serving covered bowl!

It is a pretty large piece both height and length. The rug is great quality and beautiful colors. In great condition with no cracks or chips. It is in beautiful chalk white featuring two egret bird heads with stark black beaks. These lamps depict multiple birds perched on a tree stump in a stunning but simple blanc de chine white ceramic. Or go mid-mod with vintage dining chairs in teak or molded fiberglass. Take the style of your dining room into consideration, then reach for the stars!

This results in an unsurpassed clarity, depth and color richness and durability to our finishes. Through hand-craftsmanship such as rubbing and padding, our finishes feel as good as they look, with a smoothness that is delightful to the touch. Use of veneers enables more decorative looks unattainable with solid wood. These durable wood products do not expand and contract with heat and cold and do not absorb moisture as much as solid wood, which results in stronger and longer-lasting .

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Doing so will prolong the life and look of the item and provide many years of the quality you expect. Large spaces can be daunting but with a little color ingenuity, the effect is delicious. Two wood species with two distinguishing finishes are served up together and presented to perfection. The gray stained finish combined with the rich, red toned stained finish creates a unique combination of cabinetry and adds a warmth to the room. Apothecary drawers, beaded panels, open display areas and turned posts add a visual intrigue and zesty flavor. Enjoy the view from your breathtaking kitchen. A panoramic mantel hood soars over the stainless steel range creating a stunning architectural focal point. Beveled glass doors twinkle in the early morning sunlight. Of course the delicate dent it made on your pocket book was a nice surprise as well. The rich, hand-wiped stains and color saturated paints are beautiful on their own or enhanced with layers of glaze and hand-detailing to create an antiqued appearance. Would love to be able to take the formal dining room furniture and restyle into this casual type of dining room.

I have loved reading all the comments, feedback and suggestions during the 6 weeks of our dining room makeover.

I really didn’t mention it during the makeover. But many readers did mention how much they liked the table. It’s not an heirloom, not a treasured inheritance from a parent, it’s not a valuable antique.

I love it because it’s none of those things. It’s a thrift shop find, a cast off donation that had seen (many) better days.

I can almost hear a big sigh of relief as the table is finally cleared off and it can breathe again. While we lived in an apartment for a year, we used our pub table as a dining table. When we moved into our present home after 5 months of remodeling, we put our breakfast room table in our dining room.

I want to teach you how you can do it too. Here’s how to transform a vintage dining table with paint.

I headed over there as fast as a could and asked about the table.

I sat in every chair, looked under the table, and had one of the leaves put in. Notice it has curved legs and a curved apron – and the finish is blah, blah, blah. But no scratches, no cigarette burns, no gouges, no wobbling legs ~ solid as a rock.

I love the scrollwork on the chairs, but obviously not the fabric and the finish.

I left the fabric on the chair backs for now.

I wasn’t worried about accidentally getting paint on them. Artificial light creates shadows and you can miss spots.

Just like photography, it’s much better to paint in the daytime with natural light. If you are not 100% sure of the color you are going to use, test a couple of options. But it comes off looking somewhat like a soft grey. Here the chair has 2 coats of paint which gave complete coverage over the original walnut stain. The chair in the background is just paint and you can see the difference from the chair in the front which has been white~washed. When the bottom is down, you can paint the top last and it can dry “face up”.

I used buffing pads to polish the chairs and table leaves to a nice sheen. It would be perfect for the captain chair backs. A solid linen/poly cream would go on all the cushions.

You can see here how paining the grooves with full strength white paint and a small brush added a nice detail to the table.

You can see the amazing difference between the painted table base and the walnut~stained top. This is the table without any leaves in it. The red checked fabric was what we had chosen for the breakfast room of our previous home.

I decided to have these cushions reupholstered in the same cream linen as the new dining room cushions. That way wherever the chairs are used, they will work together.

We can comfortably seat 8 or 10 if we need to by adding 2 of the country chairs. After we set the cushions in the seats and screwed them in, the chairs didn’t seem quite finished around the base. Here you can see how the cording gives the chairs a finished look and there is no more gap. Whatever brand or type of paint you use, painting and repurposing a piece of vintage furniture is so worthwhile.


It’s a great feeling to our sense of treasuring and reusing pieces to give them a place and a purpose. It actually cost me more to have the chair cushions reupholstered than the cost of the table and chairs and paint.

I hope that showing you how to transform a vintage dining table with paint will inspire you will try repurposing a piece of furniture or an old frame or mirror. My mother in law does this same kind of stuff with her furniture.

I think it is also the best way to get cheap things that have good value. It’s so versatile and can go with other styles for a eclectic looks.

I love finding flea market or thrift shop treasures.

I was surprised that it seemed the better choice. It is gorgeous, you can be really proud of how it turned out. The upholstery job is amazing as well as the paint makeover. Love the color and the fabric you choose for the chairs.

We certainly have enjoyed the table and chairs for entertaining. It is leading me one step closer to redoing my set.

You should enjoy the table and chairs the way you want them to look!

It looks so at home in your new dining room.

I bet you didn’t know there was a corner fireplace in this room. And did you know that it was once a family room?

By removing the corner fireplace, it allowed more room for a dining table and it opened up the whole space. This room connects the kitchen to the hallway, a door to the basement and to the back deck. Here is the door to the basement and to the right of it is the hallway to the powder room, mudroom and foyer. This wall was so small it just fit a love seat.

You can see in this shot that the room really isn’t that big. The chandelier was hung more to the far wall side too. To me, nothing is more relaxing then having the doors swung open in the dining room to dine sort-of al fresco. The cabinet/bookshelf came with the house and there is just enough room to keep it tucked on that wall. Here is a view down the hall with new doors, bannisters and light fixtures.

And here is a shot from the dining room to the kitchen. Everything to the right of the beam was the part of the wall that was removed and where that couch once sat.

You can read about my big kitchen renovation here. Everything in this room is neutral like the rest of my house so when flowers are brought in like these fresh tulips, they just can’t help but need photographing. Don’t be afraid to change rooms that aren’t meant to be what they were made for. Change things up to what works best for your family and your lifestyle. That post in the kitchen seems to anchor the room a bit, think it actually helps. Did you reuse the old floor or put down new stuff?

That’s why the living rooms stayed so formal. New flooring had to be put down as two walls were removed. It also made it more cohesive as there was tile in the front hall and entryway. Love everything, especially the removal of the slanted wall.

I love that chandelier too, it’s my favourite!

Can you please tell me where you got your dining table?

Wayfair but currently they don’t sell it. Whether you love bold color and pattern or you find yourself drawn to rooms that are more simple and clean, there can be a place for vintage decor in your dining room. Explore these dining rooms to learn the ins and outs of using elements such as beaded board and paint to your advantage. Add visual interest to a blank wall using beaded board and a chair rail. Spruce up a tired dining table or chairs with a new coat of paint. Incorporate a collected feel—a key characteristic of vintage decor—to your dining room through mismatched dining sets and weathered wooden furnishings gathered from resale shops and flea markets. The table surface is pristine with no gouges, divots or scrapes. For sale is a beautiful glass top table and four matching chairs. All are in very good condition and are solid and clean. Included formica and chrome table and four chairs. Cushions on chairs could use some tlc but the wood is in great shape. The upholstery is not original but easily replaced. Footstool/ottoman all with very durable and stain resistant and easily cleanable fabric cushions. The chairs are in average condition for age with typical wear on chairs. The couple issues are 1" tear on vinyl seats of two chairs and two small 1/4". If you are looking for a specific piece, let us know. It includes both the dining room set and living room set. The seats are solid wood underneath the dining room chairs seats.

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