Dining Room Inspiration: Rustic Chic

Months ago I shared the layout of our new house along with some inspiration photos to share the open concept we were going for. As we near completion on the house in the next few months, it’s time to start thinking style. We purchased all of the lighting {some have changed since that post but same style throughout} for the house last week and many of the rooms are already planned out but the dining room is one I haven’t put much thought into until now. We will be putting our beautiful DIY round wood table that Mike and I built a few years ago in this room to set the stage. I love that table and think it will make such a statement right as you walk into the house. This dining room is quite a bit larger than our last dining room so we will want to style it up a bit more. I have started to pull sources for a mood board and this is what I’ve come up with so far.


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The table and light we already have. I am considering recovering our chairs again at some point with a skirted bottom this time around. I’m thinking a different color also-the light gray was pretty for the old house and went well with that color scheme but we are switching it up for the new house. I like the mix of some traditional elements with some funky and rustic pieces thrown in. Sometimes it’s hard to visualize a room and can be tough to find pieces that go with the style you are looking for. Havertys has a new Look Book on their website where you can flip through certain styles and find pieces that fit in. I love the Rustic Chic look-it’s exactly what I’d love for our new house.
It’s a great starting point or full on shopping resource to help you style a room. It’s also great for house ideas-I love the white wainscoting on the walls in the look book-isn’t it gorgeous?! From the dining room above, I love the chunky rustic look and feel of the table mixed with the more traditional chairs. The touches of green bring the outdoors in which I want to incorporate as well. The dining room has three large windows overlooking the front of the house and property so I want to carry that natural feel into the room. It’s always great to find resources where you can see a completed room with a style you want for yourself. It makes it much easier to shop for your room and accomplish the same final feel. You can get more inspiration from Havertys on their website, mobile site, blog, Facebook page, Pinterest page, and Twitter feed.
What dining room style would you choose?

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