Farmhouse + Restoration Hardware Dining Area // ORC week 4 | WILDLY LIMITLESS

Farmhouse + Restoration Hardware Dining Area // ORC week 4

Welcome to week 4 of the Fall 2016 One Room Challenge hosted by the fabulous Linda from  Calling It Home!  Week 4 means that the challenge only has 2 weeks left! I need to kick it into gear!

The One Room Challenge™ is an event that takes place every April and October, where 20 selected design bloggers transform a space in their home over the course of 6 weeks. You don't just have to be a pro to participate. Any blogger can join  in the 6 week makeover challenge. I am one of those and we are called the "Guest Participants!" Fun right?  We motivate and encourage each other on what can be sometimes stressful when there is a deadline but I assure you that we love it or else we wouldn't sign up for it. Sometimes all we need is a deadline to tackle a room makeover that we have been dreaming of or thinking about. I get the most work done with deadlines. Do you?

So far, I've shared what my space looked like during our building process during week 1, my mood board during week 2 and some sneak peeks during week 3.

The more I work on this space, the more I fall in love. For me, the ORC made me get excited to transform my dining area  after thinking about it this past year. I had a vision of transforming my builder grade home into something with character and more of my style. I really have a few distinct styles and I'm slowly trying to mesh them together. It's this crazy vision I have in my head. I'm talking about farmhouse, French country, glam, chic, boho and restoration hardware style all wrapped into one. Crazy right?

So last week I shared with you an up close photo of the vintage door that I found on a Facebook yard sale site for $25. This is actually the back side of it and it has another color on the other side. I am in a huge internal struggle with the future color of this door. I love the raw wood but it also has an orange tone so I'm torn. This is probably the hardest decision out of the entire room because it is a huge statement piece.

You can check out my menu chalkboard tutorial with DIY frame HERE.

installed shiplap
started to paint shiplap
ordered table
ordered chairs
built a coffee cart
brought the barn door home
picked up paint samples for the door
hung a wall décor piece

finish painting shiplap
choose a door color
install barn door hardware
attach new door handle
hang barn door
finish painting wall décor
make table décor
install ceiling light
paint part of kitchen island

Check back next Thursday for even more progress as I put everything together! After all is revealed I'll be diving into tutorials!

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1 comment:

Emy said...

I love the door! Have you considered white washing it? The wood is sooo pretty!