If you have a eat-in kitchen or casual breakfast area you may find that a formal dining room isn’t really necessary. And if you have kids and are faced with the choice of a dining room or playroom, my bet is that 99% of you would choose a playroom. That was the case for one of my clients. They had an empty dining room that served very little purpose and they wanted a place for their daughter to play. We decided to go big with our paint choice and small (budget-wise) for everything else.
So I tried and tried and tried to upload these before but the technology gods were not with me. Instead of delaying I am just going ahead with the reveal but head over to Instagram and see the before on my Instastory!! For visualization purposes picture a grey blank room!
UPDATE: I got the photos to upload but they may appear sideways to some of you 🙁
*Pictures weren’t added to the frames just yet because these frames were a game time decision. I waited to add in the accessories until the main pieces were factored out of the budget. The frames along with a fun party garland ended up being the best, inexpensive way to personalize this wall!
The art and painting are my favorite part of this room! It is Naval by Sherwin Williams and makes the perfect bold unexpected punch in this room!
This room was done on a budget and I have recreated a very similar look from everyone’s favorite store- Target! This is not a sponsored post, I just love that store for so many reasons…a major one being their return policy. It can be nerve wracking to order furniture online so I love the fact that with Target you can order it and then schlep the piece back up to the store to return. I have taken a dresser out of the box, started assembling only to change my mind. I didn’t even try to get the pieces boxed back up, just loaded it all in a cart and they took it back without hesitation. So, if you are looking for a little refresh shop this look below without any worry of getting stuck with a piece you don’t like!