If you caught last night’s Fixer Upper, you watched San Diego transplants Mary and Dustyn move to the Waco suburbs. We loved how this couple included their children in decision-making, and we love their elegant and modern home. The dining room is a good example of their style. The room has a formal feel with farmhouse touches. If you like the style, we’ve got the look.
A dining room starts with a great table, and we’ve got two options. The first choice is the English Country Oval Table from Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines. Inspired by an antique, this piece offers a touch of history and character with beautiful detailed molding on the apron, round turned legs and a medallion ornament on the X-stretcher. If you prefer a pedestal table like the inspiration room, our San Rafael Round Table is a great option. Made of solid mango hardwood and finished in antique oak, it has a beautiful hand-scalloped tabletop and heavy pedestal base.
Continuing the European feel are the wooden and upholstered chairs. From Magnolia Home by Joanna Gaines, the French-inspired Emery Side Chair has an oval back that would perfectly complement the oval or round table. The upholstered seat and backrest look sophisticated, and the turned legs mimic the details of the table.
Joanna chose an unusual chandelier that offers an urban twist to this traditional room. Our Tuscan Rope Chandelier brings that same feel to your room. The iron frame is covered in textured rope, offering a rustic, beach house feel.
Finally, anchor the room with a rug. The round shape adds a bit of drama, and mimics the lines of the table, chairs and chandelier. The beautiful Persian design offers timeless elegance, perfectly complementing the furniture.
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