Country Charm

Wooden tones and ivory linens produce a fresh, natural setting for this family dining room. A rustic chandelier blends the wooden pieces and enhances the darker-toned cabinet hardware, curtain rod, and picture frames. The oak dining suite, a family heirloom, is accented by simple linen chair skirts, which complement the ivory curtain panels and add a softness to the dining chairs. Repainted built-ins run along the wall, with new inset doors, hardware, and butcher block countertops. Perfect for displaying glassware and even family heirloom quilts, these cabinets provide storage and farmhouse character. A natural braided jute rug completes the room’s cozy country appeal.



Interior designer: Lindsey Frost, Frost Designs
Cabinetry: Cabeen Originals

Photography by Amy Jo Osborn
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