We’ve been LOVING our family room remodel that we did with Raymour & Flanigan, which got me thinking that the dining room needed a refresh! I have a very open floor plan so I felt the bright and fresh colors in the family room were clashing with the dark furniture we had in our dining room. I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to partner with Raymour again to give the dining room an upgrade!
I browsed their website first to get an idea of what I was looking for since they have so many amazing options, and then once I narrowed down my choices I made my way to the store to see pieces in person and finalize my order. I chose the Torrin Dining Set, which comes in a gorgeous natural distressed oak finish. The chairs that come with the set have a crisp beige fabric and I love how the set brightens the room. They offer the highest quality furniture at a very reasonable price point. I love so many of the styles they have available, but ultimately the Torrin was exactly what I was looking for!
I love mirrored furniture, so I also chose the credenza cabinet which I thought complimented the dining set perfectly. It looks so elegant, and is really functional as well. It is so spacious and is able to fit all of my china and napkins and tablecloths for different occasions. Raymour offers so many options for complete dining sets, but I really liked mixing and matching the Torrin set with the credenza. They make it so easy for people who don’t have a knack for interior decor, because they have so many complete room designs online and in the showroom.
I finished the room off with a large area run with navy accents, and 2 navy end chairs. It’s my favorite accent color and I thought it paired so nicely with all the light tones. I completed the room with printed curtains, with a subtle blue design to tie everything together. The chandelier is one we’ve had, and I do want to update that as well, but haven’t found the right one just yet!
What do you think of our new dining room?!! Please comment below and let me know!
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