Saturday, May 29, 2010

Paul Street House Tour - Dining Room

Paul Street was originally a single family home.  While I am a fan of separate rooms, this was a little more separated than we would have liked due to the original configuration of the place.  

In the dining room, we painted Sherwin Williams Kestrel White (7516).  I adore this color and would absolutely use it again.

Dining Room Before -

In all its minty green glory...

Dining Room After -

Our favorite table, made by our dear friend, Randy Hitz, out of floor boards from the Springer Opera House in Columbus, GA.
Artwork assortment of the flag picture, a picture I took in Venice, the vintage post card that Tim and Sommer gave us of the St. Elmo house in Columbus, and the artwork that Brenda drew and had made into shirts symbolizing Kia Kaha, or a Māori phrase meaning Forever Strong.  
Another Ikea Regolit paper lantern (cheap solution to allow us to take down all the ugly pull chain fixtures) and the homemade burlap runner that I made with a scrap I had leftover from the Metal Bin Liners.

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