This post is sponsored by Sauder Woodworking Co., but all of the words, thoughts and opinions are my own.
Some of you may know that we’ve sold our home and will be moving out at the end of the month. We’ve been talking about moving closer to the water, off and on, for a couple of years. Adding Caileigh to our family has turned that talk into action. This means leaving the home we’ve loved for the last 7 years, but it also means that I get to decorate our new home!
I have been wanting a new breakfast table for a couple of years now. When we purchased our current table, Ellie was only a few months old and we never considered what table would be best for kids. So, we bought a black bar height table and we’ve spent the last 7 years trying to catch kids falling off the bar stools.
I’m ready for a white, round table of a regular height with the chairs in a different color. I’m also ready for the family to fit around the table without fear of a kid falling off and that the furniture actually looks like it belongs in my house.
The first thing I did when entered the Sauder website was click on their Style Lab for a little inspiration. My Sauder style is definitely Vintage Eclectic and I loved everything! After browsing through all of their super cute furniture, I found them. The perfect chairs!
Rainwater finish X-Back Chairs. I love them and here’s a picture of them in my new breakfast nook…
Just kidding! We don’t move in until the beginning of August, so you’re just going to have to wait, but here’s how I plan on pairing them together.
Ordering was incredibly easy! If I had any questions there was a customer service bell right there on my screen that was very accessible. My order arrived less than a week later and is currently waiting to be displayed in my new kitchen!
Another important part of Sauder that I really need to point out, is that their prices are incredibly reasonable. Style and price point are two of the most important features when furniture shopping and Sauder encompasses both of them!
Now I want help from you. Please visit Sauder.com and browse through their furniture and give me some suggestions. What do you think will go with my coastal style? What would you pick for yourself? I have been looking at so many different pieces of furniture that it’s all starting to blend together. HELP!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sauder. The opinions and text are all mine.