Mid Century dining chairs

January 17, 2020 in Blog, House Tour

It all started when I was randomly browsing the Facebook marketplace and an ad for mid century dining chairs popped up. I needed chairs for a little table I had been working on so I thought to myself, “$40 bucks for 4 chairs? Why not?”

I went ahead and cleaned them up and changed the fabric.

I loved how they turned out, except there was one problem, they didn’t end up working out in the space that I purchased them for. I thought about reselling for a profit, but then I realized that they would look great in my dining room. So there they went along with a few other minor changes. If you want to read about how my dining room evolved click here. You’ll have to forgive the pictures, this room is the worse lighted room in the house.

Here’s a close up of my favorite splurge from West Elm

I’m loving this dipped wall hanging that my daughter made. She has her own Etsy Shop too.

I’m kind of loving the new chairs. My dining room is the first room you see when you walk into my house so the bigger the mid-century vibe the better for me.

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Hi I'm Monica! I'm a Real Estate professional in love with houses, especially vintage houses. I'm obsessed with decorating and rehabbing and helping my clients create their dream home with inexpensive updates. I also love helping sellers get top dollar for their property by taking the dated out of their home and staging in a modern simplistic way. I enjoy coffee and thrift store shopping to look for items to repurpose and use in house. And of course anything vintage, I’m a bit of a June Cleaver. I’m a wife and a mom of almost teenage twins that I homeschool. I am currently a Real Estate & Mortgage professional in San Antonio, TX & Los Angeles, CA. I also help educate all over the country about the home buying process and have a team of people that i work with to help you reach your goals. We moved to SATX from SOCAL in 2018 to simplify our life. I love it here and have helped several people relocate. Read More

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