Kidd New Build / Dining Room Design

When thinking through our dining room, I wanted it to be a space that could be both casual and formal. In our floor plan, it is off to the side of our open kitchen and living space, but still connected. I envision hosting holiday dinners in this space, but at the same time, I want it to feel casual enough for our family to eat dinner in here nightly. This is one of the spaces in our house that I plan on having a dramatic dark wall or built (haven’t decided yet). I can’t wait to see it come together!

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Low/High Dining Room Design

We are sharing two dining rooms, one that is at a higher price point, and the other at a lower price point. When designing a room, we encourage our clients to invest in anchor pieces (furniture, rugs, lighting, and artwork), and buy more affordable accessories. Here are the two designs we’ve created that look eerily similar, but crazy price differences!

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Corvallis Eclectic Traditional / Part 3

We're sharing the dining room and laundry room from our Corvallis Eclectic Traditional Project. Make sure you check out Part 1 and Part 2 if you haven't already!

For the dining room, we really wanted to mix a fun, unexpected color with a traditional board and batten wall to give this room personality.  Our clients are so pleased with how it turned out, and we have to admit, it might just be our favorite dining space to date!

Photography: Audiss Photo Co / Florals: Stemm Floral

Dining Chairs  /  Table  /  Vase  /  Art  /  Curtain Rod  /  Curtain Rings

Corvallis Classic Modern / Part 2

We're sharing Part 2 of our Corvallis Classic Modern Project (Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen).  This home is a mix of vintage and modern, and we love how it takes on the personality of our client.  This project was a big one, and it was fun to see it all come together in the end.  The black doors and cabinets warm up the home, and give it a lot of interest.  Another feature we love is the built in bench next to the fireplace, built by Bourbon Moth.  Honestly, we love it all!  You can see the full project on our Portfolio Page.

DINING ROOM:  Lighting  /  Art  /  Chairs  /  Box  /  Mirror (similar)  /  Vase  /  Faux Flowers (similar)  /  Green Vase (similar)  /  Candle  /  Bowl (similar)

FAMILY ROOM:  Floor Lamp  /  Chairs  /  Throw Blanket (similar)  /  Benches  /  Basket with Birch Wood  /  Rug  /  Coffee Table  /  Coffee Table Accessories:  "In Full Flower" Book  •  Vase  •  Faux Greens (similar)  •  Gold Object (similar)  •  Tray  •  Boxes  /  Side Table  /  Side Table Accessories: Frame  •  Lamp •  Gold Vase  •  Candle  /  Fiddle Fig Basket  /  Pillows:  White & Blue Plaid  •   Navy Plaid  •  Dottie  •  Olive  •  Gingham 

Before & After / Hurricane Harvey Project Kitchen & Nook

When we had the opportunity to help a family in need after Hurricane Harvey, we jumped on it.  Sometimes, it's easy to feel helpful when natural disasters strike in different parts of the country/world, and we didn't want that to be the case when a friend reached out about her entire first floor being destroyed in the hurricane.  We've been working with contractors in Houston, and ordering product for their home since the hurricane hit.  Its been really life-giving for us to give to a family who desperately needed help, and we had the privilege of flying out there this past month to finish the project and give them a real install.  We'll remember this forever!

(Special thanks to Bourbon Moth and Braevin for donating their products and services).