I can’t believe we have been in our house for over 3 months now! We are coming up on a year in August when our offer was accepted. They broke ground in September and was finished being built in February!
I will be sharing the rest of our house, too! I decided it would be best to share each room separately instead of one super long blog post. I took my time with buying new things. I made sure each piece was something my husband & I both loved instead of rushing just to say it’s done.
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I purchased most of my items from Wayfair, Home Goods or locally. I found similar items to anything from Home Goods or locally in case you are interested in that item. 🙂
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I would describe my style as beachy rustic? Haha. I love furniture and decor that looks like it washed ashore or belongs on an island.
-The mirror is from Home Goods. Honestly, I searched for soooo long online…make the trip to Home Goods or Marshalls! You can’t beat the prices and they have a ton of larger options, which I needed!
–Chandelier I purchased mine locally from Lighting First but the manufacturer has it available on their site for shipment!
-Tree is from Home Goods a few years ago. Wayfair has a ton here
–Coral from Hobby Lobby (don’t forget to use a 40% off coupon)! The tall blue vase on the bar is also from Hobby Lobby. It was on clearance for $5.49!!!
-Candle sticks & candles – purchased local at Wilford and Lee similar here & here
-The pink conch shells & sea fan are from The Sea Shell Co. in Bonita Springs. The smaller ones are from our vacation to Jamaica.
-Vases on the buffet are purchased locally from Tangerine Coastal Market, but available online.
-Clock is from Hobby Lobby several years ago. I would check Home Goods, Marshalls, etc for something similar!
-Tall glasses are in store at Target for .99 each
–Carafe (love these for a mimosa bar or infused water)!
-Tray is from Marshalls. They are pretty common in stores!
-Cocktail shaker was such a good Marshalls find. Similar here. You could also just wrap some twine around a plain silver one for the same beachy look!
Side note: My orchid was almost in full resting stage, her leaves look beautiful though, haha! I like to add fresh fruit and clippings from outside in a vase for a tropical touch on the bar.
That concludes my dining room tour. I hope it gave you some inspiration!