Lost in the thought of color for our Dining Room.

Hello Lovelies....

After having a long exhausting week between work and family Im in the mood for a glass of wine and relaxation, but with the Thanksgiving holiday approaching seems like I better get my hands on the job if I need our house to be ready for the festivities.

For years our family has celebrated the Fall Feast at my sister or my mom's house. But since we finally got a big house of our own I have decided to gather the family in our new nest to give Thanks for all of our blessings. And of course, we have to hurry and get our living room ready for our holiday gathering.

Currently our dining room looks like this...

In need of beautiful wall color, a new chandelier and dining room furniture.
But we're taking it one step at a time and starting by selecting a range of colors we feel comfortable with

With a few more weeks to Thankgiving ahead of us Im in desperate need of inspiration, I headed over to Decor Pad to view some of the most gorgeous dining rooms.

Im really liking these brownish/beige taupe colors since it makes the dining room look warm and inviting yet not too dark.

 Option # 1

And the light grayish-beige walls on this makes the space looks so relaxing and fresh.

Option # 2

Now I just have to make up my mind and decide which one of these two beautiful colors will be dressing  up our dining room walls.

Or perhaps we should go with a color combination like this one, using the darker beige on the main wall as a focus and the lighter in the surrounding walls.

Option # 3

Ok now its beginning to hit me.

Should I go with option # 1, 2, or 3?

I'll sleep on this somewhat big decision and by tomorrow I shall have made up my mind...

Lowes, I hope you're ready cuz tomorrow we shall take over your paint isle!

1 comment:

  1. Options 1 and 2 are both beautiful and neutral enough, that you'll probably be happy either way. I found out by accident (choosing a color that was much warmer on the walls than on the swatch) that I actually prefer a warmer paint color, and I'm in FL, too. Good luck, this is an exciting project!