Hello again, friends! We’ve taken a little bit of time to recover from the all of the One Room Challenge DIY madness but we’re feeling refreshed and ready to get back at it. Today I’m sharing all of the sources of our industrial farmhouse dining room makeover. This post contains affiliate links for your convenience. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.
We’ll start with the furniture.
The beautiful round farmhouse table is a DIY that my husband and I built together. I have a tutorial for that coming up really soon, so stay tuned! The chalkboard calendar is a DIY that I made a few years ago.
The slipcovered chairs are the Henriksdal dining chairs from IKEA. They are so comfy, and I love that I can just throw the covers in the washer if they get dirty.
The coffee bar console table is a find from Wayfair. It’s great for storing our homeschool materials or extra coffee supplies. I especially love that it’s counter height, so my tall hubby doesn’t have to bend down to stir his coffee.
Next up are the accessories!
The gorgeous jute rug is from PlushRugs. I bought the eight footer and it fits my space perfectly.
It wouldn’t be much of an industrial farmhouse dining room if there weren’t any cool metal accents. The chandelier came from Lamps Plus and I couldn’t love it more!
The faux fiddle leaf fig is from Walmart! A ton of places sell it but Walmart had the best deal at the time I was looking. The wicker basket is a Target score. It comes with two little chalkboard labels but I removed one of them from one side so I could have the option of displaying it or not. The large sign is from one of my favorite sign shops, Homespun Signs.
The wire shelf over the coffee bar is from Wayfair, and the wood cubbies are from Michaels. They’re perfect for storing K-cups or hot chocolate packets. The old books are a thrift store find and the pitcher is a family heirloom. I found the boxwood wreath online at Save-on-Crafts. The little wire basket is a Hobby Lobby find and the spool is from Michaels.
The wire drying rack came from World Market and the tea towel is from Target. The little “Love Dwells Here” sign is another Homespun Signs find. The mugs were collected from various places like, World Market, Anthropologie, Kohl’s, and Target.
Last but not least, let’s talk about the wall treatments.
The beautiful brick wall is a brick veneer from Home Depot. I have a tutorial on how we applied the veneer coming up!
The shiplap was another DIY that we did and I have a tutorial for that project coming as well! I painted the shiplap and all of the trim with my favorite white paint, Alabaster, from Sherwin-Williams.
I think that about covers everything! Like I mentioned, there are tons of tutorials coming up in the next few days, so keep an eye out for them. If you have any questions about any of the decor or DIYs from this makeover, be sure to leave them in the comments below or shoot me an email at Sarah@LittleRedBrickHouse.com.
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