I received such great feedback after I shared my first splurge & save here, so I hope to make this a regular post. This week I am sharing a coastal inspired dining area, where you can totally splurge or save to create a beautiful dining area. I’ve titled this as “dining area” because I think this style can work for a breakfast nook, open concept kitchen, or a dining room.
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Ordering a dining room table can be overwhelming, especially when you’re comparing prices online. Keep in mind the size and height of the table compared to your room. Also, read the reviews. Several of these sites allow the consumers to add photos of their products in their reviews. This will allow you to see how the item looks in real life versus staged life.
Dining chairs are expensive and I have shared several options to both splurge and save below. I feel like all of these have the same coastal vibe, depending on your cost preferences.
When I think coastal inspired, capiz shells, banana bark, and natural wood come to mind. Lighting really depends on the height of your ceilings and size of your room, but here are some ideas for your room!
Rugs can look different in every space and I love the ease of ordering from some of the linked companies. I love the denim blue color and natural fibers in many of these. Keep in mind when choosing a rug for your dining area, you will want to add a rug pad to avoid chairs from catching or snagging the rug. Thick woven jutes will catch the chair legs also.
Lately I have fallen in love with ordering budget friendly digital prints online and ordering custom frames from Frame It Easy. I currently have a coupon code to Frame It Easy, 10% off your purchase using “AMY,” expires 10/22/19.
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I’ve added links to several coastal items for your dining area needs. Keep in mind, you can save money by purchasing live plants and honestly, the tall birds of paradise plant is really easy to keep alive. Just think bright light!