FRAGMENTS_ my dining room

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Of all the rooms in my house, the dining room took the most effort to get together.  I arrived in this apartment with a simple table and the three chairs (I couldn’t fit more) I borrowed from my parents for my studio apartment.  The combination already looked bleek in the dining room of my next apartment (which was a little bigger), but when I upgraded again, the dining room looked downright sad.

I could easily picture what I wanted it to look like, but it took me a good year to find the perfect pieces and – not entirely unimportant – save money to be able to afford them. I didn’t exactly buy the furniture in a logical either, as I was still saving money for my table and chairs when I bumped into the perfect sideboard at a vintage web shop and couldn’t resist buying my dream carpet at a 40% discount (which I have moved to the living room, where it’s safer from stains, and have replaced with a different one recently).   A few months later the carpet and sideboard were joined by a marble table, after which I only had to decide on the color combination of my chairs (with a little help from you in my Instagram stories!) and wait patiently for the custom color combination to arrive at my doorstep…  My plants and deco still regularly switch places here (as they do in the rest of the house) but the core pieces of this room are definitely here to stay.  Enough talking now, let’s have a look at the final result!  In case you’re wondering, you can discover where I bought all these pieces at the bottom of this post.  I’m curious to hear what you think!

Fragments_ dining room - Hannelore Veelaert via aupaysdesmerveillesblog.be

Fragments_ dining room - Hannelore Veelaert via aupaysdesmerveillesblog.be

 

Fragments_ dining room - Hannelore Veelaert via aupaysdesmerveillesblog.be

Fragments_ dining room - Hannelore Veelaert via aupaysdesmerveillesblog.be

Fragments_ dining room - Hannelore Veelaert via aupaysdesmerveillesblog.be

Fragments_ dining room - Hannelore Veelaert via aupaysdesmerveillesblog.be

Marble table: Furnified – chairs: Galvanitas via Mister Frisko – sideboard: Veneir – hand shaped book end: Orence – carpet: Ikea – plaster coral, glass box: La Redoute – arc shaped vase: Boliametal lamp, candle holder, glass lamp shade: Made – concrete table lamp: Kwantum – plant stand (gifted), terrazzo flower pot: XLboom – big concrete flower pot, concrete platter: DM depot (gifted) – small concrete flower pot: Hay (gifted), big vase: H&M home

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