Trinity unloaded this 100-year-old antique farm table from a friend for several hundred dollars. Only five feet long, it's an ideal fit for the pass-through dining room. Some of the few new items purchased, the rattan dining chairs proved sturdier than vintage versions. To add pattern and durability, Trinity recovered the cushions in a speckled oilcloth. The impressive ebony buffet—Trinity's first-ever antique purchase—came repainted and refurbished for only $150. Trinity hoarded shipping palettes from her husband's radiator business to create the planked walls in the dining room. A creamy white paint gave the rustic material a fresh finish. Finally, for $40 and some elbow grease, Trinity transformed her parents' old porch light into a handsome dining room pendant.
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