Chalk House Updates: Dining Room Upgrade

Happy Monday! After a weekend of wedding celebrations for our dear friends, Kayla and Tyler, I am not ready for the work week to begin {at all}. I can't wait to share a few pictures from their special day later this week.

Our most recent project at home has been updating our dining room and foyer, this has been on our to-do list for almost a year but we kept pushing it off because we knew it was going to take a lot of time and patience. If you missed my last post, you can read more about it here. Now that we are almost finished, I thought I'd share a quick update.

When we first started our home renovations, I knew that I wanted to mix and match the antique furniture that has been passed down to us with new pieces that will blend our personalities together beautifully. This is exactly what we were able to achieve in our dining room and I couldn't be happier with the way it has turned out so far. It isn't 100% finished but it will be by the end of May before I host my sweet sister's baby {girl} shower! Side note: Yes, you read that correct...I found out yesterday that I'll be an Aunt to an adorable baby GIRL in a few short months.

My Inspiration Board:

Our Remodel List: Completed Items:
- Paint Walls 
- Paint Crown Molding 
- Paint Chair Rail 
- Add Shoe Molding 
- Paint Shoe Molding 
- Add Beadboard Paneling {under shoe molding} 
- Paint Beadboard Paneling 
- Remove Carpet 
- Install Sub-Flooring 
- Install Wood Tile: Sonoma Palm Ceramic Tile
- New Chandelier: Kichler Larkin Chandelier
- New Rug: Shubhra Damask Rug
- Add Accents of Rich & Warm Greens and Golds:   
- Rearrange China Cabinet, Buffet and Bar Cart 

Our Remodel List: Not Completed Yet:
- New Window Treatments
- New Dining Room Table & Chairs
- New Lamps for Buffet 

Do you have any favorite home decor websites or shops? If so, I'd love for you to share them with me! I am determined to find a farmhouse dining room table with french-style chairs {similar to the ones that I found for my inspiration} but that isn't an easy task.