Another room is complete at the Hacienda! This space has slowly come together over the last 2+ years, and has been our easiest makeover yet. Here’s how the space looked before:
The dining area is the first room you enter inside the home. Originally, this was a bigger open area—you can see the double front doors below with a window on each side:
But we added a wall down the middle to create a fourth bedroom:
It’s a rare occurrence when a room redesign comes together without a hitch. This one was smooth sailing from start to finish.
I had a vision in mind—warm, earthy and relaxed Mediterranean—and all of the pieces fell in place harmoniously.
The new bedroom wall created an opportunity for a foyer where there once was none. We kept it simple with a large mirror and rustic console table.
I spent months researching the perfect dining table to comfortable seat 10 guests (up to 12 if needed), and debated on building our own or using two tables. Fortunately, I came across an affordable solid oak table that saved us time and money.
The chairs were a Target find I’ve had my eye on for a long time, and snagged them as soon as they came back in stock. They’re durable and easy to clean which makes them ideal for a vacation rental. I also love how the rich chocolate leather ties into the dark ceiling beams, and the oak frame just so happens to be a perfect match to the table.
The rug was another match made in heaven for this space. It’s the Loloi Billie Tobacco/Rust (8’6 x 11’6’). The earthy colors and subtle vintage design make it such a versatile rug—this is one of my favorites from Loloi!
I sourced these fun handmade seagrass pendants on Etsy (my go-to for unique lighting!) They’re a great price for the size, and help to infuse the laid-back, vacation ambiance throughout the home.
If only every project could go this smoothly! Hey, I’ll take the wins wherever I can.
- Walls: Sherwin Williams Alabaster
- Trim: Sherwin Williams Natural Tan
- Dining table
- Dining chairs
- Pendant lights
- Candle sconces
- Woven shades
- Curtain rod
- Front doors
- DIY mirror
- DIY console table
- Wall sconce
- White vase
- Terracotta vase
Here’s one last Before + After for posterity:
Another room reveal down—three more to go! With that said, Lucas and I need to focus on finishing up some of these projects so there won’t be a blog post next week, but you can follow along for updates over on my Instagram. I’ll be back with more as soon as I can!