The dining set is solid cherry. It was made by Pennsylvania House and still has the tags from the Connecticut Home Interiors store that initially sold it. I added a new pine top to give the piece a more rustic and organic feel. The chairs are painted with a custom mixed chalk paint in the palest, softest green, that I've named lamb's ear- as it's aaaalmost the same shade as the plants of the same name. After painting the chairs, I sanded them lightly with 220 grit sand paper to make them soft, then lightly distressed them to give them more character, then hand waxed and buffed each one with a custom made dark wax. I also recovered all the seats in a doe gray velvet. Pretty, right?
Before and afters below!
The table is 7 feet long and 46.5 inches wide, if you're interested.