New Dining Room

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About This Project

New dining room with a board and batten, farmhouse table and six parson chairs.
Thanks Ana!

Required Skill Level: 
Estimated Time Investment: 
Week Long Project (20 Hours or More)
Finish Used: 
wengue stain and white paint.


This room is absolutely gorgeous! You did an awesome job- love all the finishes and colors, and the fantastic chairs!

I'm with Ana on the chairs. That's really amazing. The last time I made a chair it took a very full and tiring day to build the frame, and another evening to build the seat. Do you have tips for speeding the process up?

Thank you for all these compliments. I don't speak English very well because I'm french but I will try to make me understand. I built a chair with the modifications to see the result, then, I made all the cuttings with my miter saw for the 5 other chairs, then I made every chair within half an hour. I cut all that it was necessary foam and fabric in one step and I sewed everything for covers. To make covers, I made a paper pattern, then I sewed them in 10 minutes.
I am very happy I found this site with all that wonderful projects. It's my favorite site . Thank you Ana, you changed my life!

I'm totally amazed, talk about getting busy! Your room is beautiful!

Red Beans and Ricely Yours,
Donna Foster

Does your slip cover come off? I would like to make a couple of these to use as accent chairs in my living room. Yours look amazing.
I have one little boy, two cats, a large dog and a ferret. I need something that is WASHABLE =)

Your dinning room looks very fancy, you've chosen the perfect colors, I like the green printed chair covers, they really display your artwork, not to mention the black table, which is the central piece. This kind of projects are difficult sometimes, but it doesn't matter when you get such a result.