Sarah of Salt House somehow manages to live and work and host cooking classes, workshops, and other food-centered events in her modestly-sized apartment—and do it all with enviable style. Want to make her fabulous and flexible dining room your own? Here's (approximately!) how much it would cost...
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RESOURCES & PRICES
- Extendable dining table: Z Gallerie via Salt House $1,500
- Chairs: Overstock.com via Salt House $143 x 10 = $1,430
- Custom neon sign: Lite Brite Neon $?
- Counter stools: LexMod via Salt House $82 x 4 = $328
- Shelves: IKEA Lack $14.99 x 4 = $59.96
- Wine glasses: Riedel ~$400
- Rosé glassware: vintage via Salt House ~$525
- Black Wedgewood: vintage via Salt House ~$975
- Rattan storage bins: Crate & Barrel via Salt House $119 x 2 = $238
- Wine bar:
(not including neon light or wine bar labor)
Friendly reminder: This is our best approximation of what this room would cost to recreate and is not in any way an accurate accounting of what the resident(s) actually paid. We have no way of knowing what role discount codes, gift cards, employee discounts, gifts, hand-me-downs, heirlooms, sales, sample sales, etc. played in the final cost—and it's none of our business! But it sure is fun to do some fantasy shopping and budgeting...