It’s been a brutal winter here in DC. For the past few months I’ve been consoling myself by planning on an upcoming cruise to the Caribbean we’re taking as a family-I’m SO excited about it! It was dreaming about the cruise that inspired me to create a cute little bistro seating area with some gorgeous turquoise spindle chairs I recently received. You see, when Sauder reached out to me to help style these pretty spindle little chairs for their new Lookbook I knew that I needed some Caribbean blue in my life and I jumped at the chance! (Wouldn’t you?!)
I am one of those people that needs some quiet coffee time in the morning before getting started with my day. Last year in the summer after we moved to our new DC townhouse I used to relax on the back porch for my morning coffee…unfortunately they have torn down all the trees behind out home in favor of building more townhouses and the construction starts at 7am sharp so it’s pretty noisy out there.
I wanted to create a cozy little sitting area where I could have my coffee, a light breakfast, and read a book or work on my blog…
Our bright front windows gave me the perfect spot! The chairs brighten up the area and go nicely with our yellow rug… and coupled with the white curtains and a pretty little table I painted white recently. It’s such a cheerful place to start the day! I can totally see these chairs moving around the house too-taking turns at the dining table or maybe even the homeschool classroom!
I’ve even caught the boys carrying their snacks here through the day…I think they appreciate the little retreat area too!
The shape of the chairs is great and they’re very comfy to sit in…I was going to add a cushion at first but no need!
Hop over and check out all the ways different bloggers styled these chairs and other great Sauder pieces in the new Lookbook, you can also find them on Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook! Where would you put these chairs in your home?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sauder. The opinions and text are all mine.