Red Dining Room Revisited
I am posting pictures of my dining room
to show the changes I have made over the years.
If you have visited my blog before,
you know my dining room is currently red…
But it wasn’t always that way…
This picture was taken our first Thanksgiving in the house – 1999.
We have a large family so some kitchen chairs were brought in.
Here is how the room looked
after we painted and added the molding below the chair rail.
(This was about 10 years ago.)
This is the wall opposite the china cabinet in the previous picture.
(Notice we still had the very brassy builder chandelier)
Not much was going on in here.
And here we have the very empty bay window.
(I hate to say it, but I kind of miss the uncluttered window.)
Dining Room this past Christmas:
Here is the same view of those windows this past Christmas.
Note the updated Ballard Designs Waldorf Chandelier added recently.
It really makes a difference in the room!
This shelf was added a year or two ago
along the previously blank wall.
Here it was decorated around Valentine’s Day.
As shown in the first picture,
this is how the room looks now.
The Pottery Barn shelves were my latest addition.
I am linking up to:
Between Naps on the Porch Metamorphosis Monday
Cottage and Vine – Room by Room – Dining Rooms
Thrifty Decor Chick – Show Us Your Dining Rooms
How has your dining room changed over the years?
Totally LOVE the dining room updates! The new chandelier, shelves, and lamp totally change the space!!! Gorgeous!
Looks very formal and pretty now. love seeing the transformation.
I think your dining room curtains look a lot like my family room curtains! It's a really gorgeous room – love the chair rail and molding. Thanks again for linking up!
It looks so pretty! I love the bold color on the walls, the curtains and your new shelves. Very well done!Have a great day.Pam
I LOVE your window treatments! Your room looks so nicely put together…it really is a fabulous space 🙂
i so enjoy looking at your pics – love your home – that red dining room is gorgeous.
So pretty Shelley! Amazing how color can bring a room to life!
I am impressed that you can actually find a ten year old picture. My photos are not that organized 🙂 Thanks so much for joining the "room by room" series.-René
You have the prettiest diningroom. Love the check drapery and love, love the new shanty. Diane