As for my acrylic frame, here is a little sneak peak!
Mesmerized by the geometric lines and vibrant colors of Kal's masterpieces, I decided to paint a canvas for my dining room with lots of help from Para Paints. Besides, I figured since I was taking a few days up north to rejuvenate before the final push, I might as well be also inspired by nature and be creative.
I selected my colors from the fan deck (7 colors to be exact), and I actually didn't do a mock up of what I set out to print. After a couple of days of taping, re-taping, and paint brush washing, I am very happy with my creation and I think it's pretty perfect for the space: soft, elegant, modern with an edge.
Now that artwork is out of the way, one final major component in this dining room makeover is to get a beautiful piece of natural stone to crown the custom credenza. I LOVE this sensational kitchen by Stacey Cohen Design for this sleek yet inviting aesthetic and its stunning mix of light colored wood with white marble.
Since I only need about 72" x 17" to top my credenza, I decided to check out the remnant selection at Brampton Marble and Granite that fits the budget (after all, there isn't much budget left at this stage of the makeover).
And I got really lucky because a breathtaking piece of Calacatta marble was available at approximately 72" in length! I quickly sized out my options and before I knew it, my marble was ready for delivery!
Ready for another sneak peek? Maybe I am sharing too much already but I simply couldn't hold back my excitement! I am crazy about my fabulous mirror from HomeSense #myhomesense and aren't those Horizon wall sconces from ANONY incredible?
Ok ... That's it for now. I have lots to do but Week 6 is almost here and I can't wait to show you my new dining room! In the meantime, be sure to check out the 20 featured designers and my fellow guest participants!