Refresh your dining room with some basic pieces

Jul 17, 2017

Refreshed dining room ideas

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For awhile now I've been dreaming about a dining room refresh. And after changing some basic furniture and accessories, I was able to achieve that upgraded look I was looking for. This month the styling/decor challenge assigned to the bloggers at the Better Homes & Gardens network was just that, to refresh a family gathering area. With so may amazing options available online and at Walmart stores, the only difficult part of this task was deciding which piece to choose.

Metal Farmhouse inspired chairs
Metal Farmhouse inspired chairs

As you might have guessed, I ended up choosing accessories that could easily flow with the rest of my neutral palette. I started by selecting the dining chairs. The Collin Silver Dining Chairs from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart come in a set of two and they are a contemporary version of those Farmhouse style chairs. 

Distressed gray rug brings interest
Distressed gray rug brings interest

An area rug comes in handy when trying to define a space. This Gray Distressed Ogee from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart comes in different sizes; from 22" x 34" to 9' x 12'. I used a 5' x 7' which I think goes very well in this space but would have love to try the 7' 6" x 9' 5".

Black matte silverware for contrast
Black matte silverware for contrast
These black matte silverware is also from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart. I bought each piece separately in stores. Check your local store for this and other styles.
I set the table with some beautiful plates also from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart. The Bramley Gray Crackle Glaze style is hand-crafted with a rustic finish and black matte back; a strong trend nowadays. I combined the diner plate with the Ashmoor Salad Plate (also from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart) and some fun wood bowls I already had at home.

Simple galvanized centerpiece with succulents

I managed to keep the centerpiece simple with the Better Homes & Gardens Serve Caddy (a set of galvanized buckets and a tray). A couple of succulents from my garden did the trick while keeping things fresh and modern.

Plants and natural elements dining table decor
Glass lanterns and planters are also from Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart. Check your local store for these and other styles
As you can see all it took for this dining room refresh was some basic and affordable key pieces that at the end paired perfectly with my style and the rest of the decor. There is a great selection of furniture pieces and accessories for the home that Better Homes & Gardens at Walmart offer for every style. Find yours here.

Plants and natural elements dining table decor


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7 comments :

  1. beautiful refresh, I love all the new mixed with what you already had. It feels very collected and warm.

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    1. Thank you so much for the visit! I really love making our house feel welcoming and warm. Have a lovely day!

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  2. You tables always look like art! Beautiful!

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    1. Awww, thanks Shannon for your kind words.

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  3. Beautiful refresh!! Those chairs are perfect and love your place setting.

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    1. Thanks Debbie! The chairs are my favorite part :)

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  4. It's always good to refresh a room with a few new pieces, more often than not, it doesn't cost all that much and it makes a huge difference.

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