I’m not fully finished decorating the dining room of our PNW cabin yet, however I can’t quite put my finger on what else it needs! Because of this, I’m embracing the idea of slow design and letting it play out with small changes along the way. Right now, the balance feels really good to me, so I wanted to share a resource list similar to this one I did for our living room in case you’re curious about where anything has come from. Once my new site launches, we’re going to have an entire section dedicated to the cabin and where you can shop to get the look! Until then, I hope you find this recap helpful. Now, onto the details of our cabin dining room and why I chose these pieces!
Full Source List: Every Decor Item & Furniture Piece in Our PNW Cabin Dining Room
As always, please note that a few of these items have been gifted to me. I have indicated that with an asterisk * next to the name of the product. As usual though, I am only sharing what I have absolutely loved and would spend ‘real money’ on regardless.
While the cabin is so much larger than our old bungalow, I have been able to make quite a few pieces of furniture work! We definitely needed to upgrade to a larger dining table, so that was a high priority right away. I chose an oval shaped table to fill the awkward space, but not be too big. I love the pill-shape because it means I’m less likely I hit my hips on it as I walk around it to do laundry (in that closet). It’s the little things in interior design that make a big difference in livability!
I have wanted this pendant light ever since I was a wee baby industrial designer in college! I absolutely LOVE the sexy glow that George Nelson’s lighting casts and knew it would be perfect for this space. It’s sooo nice to have high enough ceilings to make my interior design wishes come true (like the branches, too).
Decor & Textiles:
I’ve kept the decor really minimal in the cabin dining room — I don’t even have art on the walls (yet??). The tabletop has been the best opportunity for adding personality to the space, so that is where I’ve focused for the most part.
I actually really struggled to decide on a rug for the dining room. The first floor of our cabin is very open concept, so I had to ensure visual harmony between allll of the rugs in here. Because I chose a bright and bold rug for the living room, I decided to ultimately go for a neutral, minimally patterned flat woven rug here. It’s also an indoor/outdoor rug, which you can read more about why I chose that here!
- Fifth Avenue One-Piece D Grip Entry Set with Coventry Knob*
- Button Tip Square Hinges *
- Black Porcelain Coventry Knob with Georgetown Rosette*
- Button Tip Round Hinges*
- Dunn Edwards Evershield Exterior Eggshell/Low Sheen in Ecological (DE5719)* — we used this for windows, doors, bookshelf, closet interiors
- Dunn Edwards Everest Eggshell/Low Sheen in Birch White (DEW329)* — we used this for walls, ceilings, and the baseboards
If you’re looking for the source of anything else in our PNW cabin living room, leave a comment on this post and I’ll update it!