I’m glad you all are loving the painted room reveal posts, because they just keep coming. The dining room is up today, and you guessed it, Agreeable Gray strikes again.
Isn’t it pretty?!
As you may recall, the room started out dark, dark red.
It’s really amazing what some paint can do for a space, isn’t it?! The white trim just pops now.
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Eek, ignore that pile of stuff in the sunroom. It’s basically like an unorganized home decor store in there until we really dive into decorating. But aren’t the French doors just perfect?
I’m not loving the light fixtures in here, and our old table might have to go, too. We’re thinking a farmhouse table would look just perfect in here.
I have my desk area set up in here, too, although with all the craziness around here, I haven’t had much of a chance to actually use it. I’ve mostly been hanging on the couch with Oakley trying to get some work done in between painting and organizing.
And yes, that is a light switch smack in the middle of the wall! There are three light switches in this room (??) so we’re thinking we’ll cover this one up with some artwork.
The wine fridge got put in here since there’s not really room in the kitchen. I don’t love it standing all by itself over there, but it may just be one of those things I chalk up to renting and just deal with.
This room definitely needs some work, but for now, we’re just happy it’s not red anymore.
What do you think? Loving the Agreeable Gray? Have any tips for arranging a dining room/wine fridge/office combo?
You can catch up on other posts about the rental house here:
- A first look at our new rental house
- Kyrpton blue painted bathroom
- The painted foyer: Agreeable Gray
- The painted kitchen: Aesthetic White
- Easy patio decorating ideas for a rental
- Agreeable Gray paint in the living room
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