I am pretty sure room reveals are one of my favorite things. It is so exciting to see a space completely transformed. Five weeks ago, I joined the One Room Challenge (a crazy, 6 week room makeover challenge hosted by the blog Calling It Home). We’ve been working hard to take a space in our dining room and turn it into a farmhouse style coffee station.
As always, let’s take a look at where we started:
Ummm… blah. That’s how I felt. There’s this tiny little hutch on a huge wall, and that’s it.
And here it is today!
Before we start with all the photos, I want to say a huge thank you to my husband. I told him that I was going to do this space on my own and he wouldn’t have to do anything. Instead, he built me the most amazing buffet table ever, so thank you, thank you, thank you!
… And here we go.
The buffet table was a huge project. It took up most of our 5 weeks, but it turned out beautifully… better than I expected. We found the directions for building this table here. The tutorial for the barn door hardware was found here, however, we had to make a few tweaks to the hardware.
I found this old coffee pot at the vintage shops in our area months ago, and I bought it knowing one day I would use it for such a time as this 🙂
This cute sugar and cream set was found on Amazon. Love.
And these Rae Dunn mugs? Adorable.
Gotta love Goodwill. I found these 3 “Reader’s Digest” Books for a whole 64¢. Yes. Sixty-four cents for 3 books… and that pumpkin? Nine cents at Target. Score.
I had to add my favorite jars/canisters… and give my Cricut something else to do 🙂
I decided to add a holiday candy bar that can be changed out with each season.
Behind the doors of the buffet table, I bought a few baskets and I’m using them to store paper products.
For a side-by-side comparison
Thank you so much for stopping by and checking out our new coffee station. This was such a fun project to work on. If you are interested in more room reveals (most done for $100 or less), you can check them out here.
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