Dining Room

Pretty Dining Rooms

March 13, 2013

I am super sorry for disappearing the last couple days. Work has been a little crazy. I hope you’ll forgive me. πŸ™‚

Also, I adopted a second kitty yesterday! I have a long history with this cat already. Here’s the short version of the story: He used to be a stray that showed up on my porch one day, I caught him and had him neutered, and then when his personality blossomed I took him to a shelter that caters to kitties with the Feline Leukemia Virus, which he faintly tests positive for. He spent a few months there, during which time I started volunteering at the shelter. When my boyfriend gave me his blessing to get a second cat last week I immediately requested to take this guy home. The folks at the shelter gave him the name P. Kiddy. He is the most affectionate cat I have ever met. <3

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Alright, how about some interior design? Here’s some pretty dining rooms.

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Super simple and Scandinavian. Not for me but oh how lovely.

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I love a beautiful, bold tapestry. An excellent way to fill up a wall and add some easy color. (If you can afford a tapestry that is.)

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Now that is an interesting dining room. The chairs are so freaking cool. But other than that I don’t actuallyΒ love the space as a whole. I’m not a fan of art that looks like scribbles. And while I like ornate chandeliers, that one isn’t doing it for me. But oh those chairs…

one // photographed by Sharyn Cairns via home life
two //Β the home of Vanessa Partridge, photographed by Nik Epifanidi via The Design Files
three // by Nate Berkus via dustjacket attic

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4 Comments

  • Reply junkyardcandy March 13, 2013 at 5:25 pm

    Gorgeous rooms, but not nearly as gorgeous as P Kiddy!! Lovely story. I hope your other cat is being welcoming. πŸ™‚

    • Reply Christina Ebbers March 13, 2013 at 9:25 pm

      Aww thank you so much. πŸ™‚ P Kiddy is pretty darn gorgeous. In fact, I originally nicknamed him Pretty Kitty (before I knew he was a boy and when I didn’t want to give him a “real” name and get too attached). That morphed into PK… which was the shelter vet’s inspiration for P Kiddy! Hehe.

      As for my other cat, Milo is doing pretty well. He was definitely upset at first but that’s to be expected. I am very optimistic that he’ll warm up to the addition. πŸ™‚

  • Reply Kimber March 14, 2013 at 9:19 am

    Loved reading your story about how P Kiddy came into your life! He looks like a real sweetheart. And you are too, obviously! πŸ˜‰

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