This dining room was redesigned with a salvaged table and chairs. There was also a dark, wooden buffet and a smaller dining room table and chairs. We lightened it all up with a modern farmhouse look. We used wax paint on the table and chairs and a chalk paint on the marble topped buffet. We also painted an accent wall with a cool blue/gray shade. The changes gave the whole room a light, airy and cozy feeling. The whole room feels so much larger even though the redesigned furniture is bigger.
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Shea Rowland-Kautz is a Social Worker turned Artist and Designer. After years of working in the social work profession she decided to steer her ambitions toward her heart’s desire by fusing her passion for art and design into a career. Her social work experience enhances her ability to build personal relationships with clients and exceed their expectations by listening to what their individual needs are. Shea founded Carriage House Staging and Design, LLC. with an arsenal of experience and an innate talent for understanding color, function, space planning, design and aesthetics that represents each individual client and homeowner. Shea has always been enamored with beautiful color, the mood different shades of color can inspire, unique and vintage finds, well designed spaces and furniture. She has a keen ability to create functional spaces while incorporating your individual style and beautiful design. Meticulous attention to detail and compelling innovation is evidenced in her work. View all posts by Carriage House Staging & Design LLC