Oh my… this dining room is pretty much perfection – the great french doors and amazing light, molding, and architectural detail make this room fabulous on it’s own, but it’s this table I am most obsessed with!
One of my favorite things I own is the table in our dining room. It is a small pedestal table, just large enough for four. It was a Craigslist find that is around 100 years old, and while the top is wobbly, and always seems to be at a slight angle, it has a beautiful turned pedestal that reminds me a lot of the detail on this trestle table above. Isn’t it pretty?
Restoration Hardware has a trestle table that is absolutely amazing, but it comes with the Restoration Hardware price tag (aka, they aren’t exactly giving it away). Luckily for you, I’ve put together an inspiration board with less expensive options for recreating this look!
Where to Buy:
Trestle Table – if you love the Restoration Hardware trestle table, you will LOVE this. One of my favorite bloggers just bought this exact one for her house – for pics in real life, check it out here!!
Veranda Linear Chandelier – this look has been a longtime favorite of mine – the perfect compliment to a rustic dining room. Pottery Barn’s version is relatively affordable, but I’ve seen fixtures similar to this at places like Lamps Plus or even Home Depot as well!
Nailhead Parsons Chair – if you are getting six of these for a dining room, costs can get really high really quickly, but this chair has great reviews in the blogworld, and are very affordable for the level of detail! Not to mention, a parsons chair is ALWAYS in style
Burlap Panel Curtains – another affordable option – especially if you are looking for extra long curtains – Ballard Design’s version has a great fringed bottom
Tile Border Rug – Pottery Barn’s plush rugs aren’t inexpensive, but they also won’t break the bank. My parents have a few in their home, so trust me when I say they are extremely plush, and have held up well!