How to Remodel a Tuscan Dining Room

When we saw this space we knew right away our vision was to create a simple, fresh dining room with clean lines. We started by smoothing all the walls to get rid of the orange peel texture. Then, we added wood trim and painted everything white. Next, we updated the buffet by painting it white and adding modern gold hardware. We salvaged the dining table by refinishing it to a lighter shade of wood.  One of our favorite finds were the Mongolian fur and gold framed chairs. We finished the room with a gold modern chandelier, Mango Wood lamps, and accessories from West Elm and Z Gallerie. See below for the before and after pictures showing how to remodel a tuscan dining room.

BEFORE

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AFTER

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 |Gold Modern Chandelier | Mongolian Fur Chairs, similar | Mango Wood Lamps, budget friendly options| Modern Gold Hardware| White Buffet, similar | Refinished Dining Table, similar |

11 thoughts on “How to Remodel a Tuscan Dining Room

  1. Danielle says:

    I couldn’t be more excited to see this blog live. Congrats ladies, you both are the real deal and so inspiring to all of us.

    I love, enjoy and want to move into every space you’ve done. This one stands out to me because you’ve actually worked with majority of what they had, you gave it new life. Bravo to that, you both, and this lucky home owner.

  2. kyla says:

    I’m in love with this room & I think the walls are a perfect white! I’m dying to know the color! Would you mind sharing?? You ladies are seriously talented & I am greeeeeen with envy!

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  4. erica says:

    I am in love with that table and have been searching for a stain that looks like this…I am wondering if you can please share the bleach you used and give a little insight to how you got that perfect color?

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