This vintage inspired farmhouse dining room boasts a DIY brick veneer wall, wood farmhouse table, white pew, chandelier, and many more beautiful touches! This post contains affiliate links.
Oh friends, it’s done! I finished our vintage inspired farmhouse dining room, and I’m SO in love with how it turned out!
I’ve been sharing so many sneak peeks on my Instagram stories, and it’s been so hard for me not to share the whole space!
While we didn’t get to everything we intended to do (we never painted the ceiling ? and we didn’t get to do anything to the door.) SOMEDAY I’d love to figure out how to make it into a Dutch door, but it just wasn’t happening during these 6 weeks.
Painting the pew & getting a cord cover were simple changes that really helped the whole space come together too.
But obviously – the brick wall was our biggest project and it also has the biggest impact. I mean – I’m in love.
We used the exact same brick as we did in our bathroom makeover. I shared the whole tutorial for how to install it, where to buy it, and how much it cost right here.
I am also in love with the wood piece we put in – it’s amazing because it’s functional, but I ended up REALLY loving how it looked. I worried about not being able to hang anything from this brick wall, so we added the wood so we could hang things from it when we wanted. But I love how it contrasts with the brick and brings a vintage feel to the whole space.
The fun thing about the brick wall is the fact that it’s SO visible from everywhere in the house. You can see it from almost everywhere in the downstairs – so it really makes such a difference in our home.
The only new furniture I purchased were these chairs – they were a great deal and I really really love them!
While I was shopping for them, I wrote a whole post about all of my best sources for finding x back farmhouse dining chairs like this one – you can read all about it here.
SHOP THE LOOK HERE:
And here’s the VERY EASY tutorial for how to make those plate ledges
I’ve always been annoyed with this space, and it hasn’t been “quite right” for a few years now. I can finally say I truly love it, and it really has changed the look of our whole home!
Come see the whole evolution of this space: