I have been wanting Grasscloth for ages. If I could grasscloth cover my whole house I probably would. Heck, I would drape myself in it if I could. However, I settled on the dining room. It was like Christmas morning waiting for my wallpaper man to arrive that Saturday morning a few weeks ago. He did a fabulous job and even though I wasn't certain at first if I had made the right choice on the color, my fears were quickly put to rest as soon as that beautiful first piece was applied to the wall.
After applying 4 coats of primer
A quick swap out from my
hideous functionable chandelier to a more sleek lantern style one and then up went my old guest room drapes that I think fit the room perfectly.
Close up of the finished product
I didn't want to use my hutch and buffet but I knew I didn't really have a choice due to storage issue. I needed something, so I decided to only use the buffet. While I was staring endlessly at it one night trying to decide how I could jazz it up, I had an idea to flip the hutch upside down and see if it was painted underneath. Imagine my surprise that it was! It was like the heavens opened up and started singing Hallelujah! I flipped that baby to the other side of the room and loaded it with my booze that always had a cramped home on my tiny wine rack.
So all in all, this whole room transformation only set me back around $750. Using what you already have is the key to decorating on a budget!
yes, I realize the drapes are too short, I am waiting on coordinating fabric & trim to be added to the bottom!