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Sunday, June 29, 2014

Abby's 7th Birthday Party {Craft Station Party}

We went down to Columbia about a month ago for our niece Abby's Craft Station 7th Birthday Party. She just loves crafting, a girl after my own heart! There were about 14 kids that attended mostly from her class and two of which were boys (guess they were two special boys to be invited to a mostly all girls party)

This is Abby and I while I was setting up my craft station... more on that in a minute.

I remembered to bring the birthday banner I made for Abby's 5th birthday and it made a perfect background for the cake.

While everyone was arriving, the kids played with solo cups. I'm thinking we could have had them do this for pretty much the entire time and it might have kept their attention.

I like Keith's photo-bombing that didn't even phase Abby.

Eric's mom then split up the kids into 3 groups. They were to spend about 20 minutes rotating through the 3 stations.

I led a bracelet station but since boys don't really like to wear a bracelet, another option was to make a pom pom shooter. I'll probably do an individual post on how to make a pom pom or marshmallow shooter. The pom pom shooter actually ended up being a big hit and most girls wanted to make both crafts at my station so I'd say it is a perfect kid craft for ages 5-10. The kids played with them a lot of the rest of the time at the party.

Megan led a face painting station, which is pretty self explanatory. I was hoping someone would want their entire face painted like some animal but that didn't happen.

Eric's mom led the origami station where the kids made two things and I believe a few paper airplanes were also made.

I'll be honest, a lot of the time it was pretty chaotic. Eric took all of the photos during crafting time as I had my hands really full. I didn't anticipate how many people would need help at once, or want to try to squeeze in two crafts in 20 minutes or that the kids would try to "play" with the materials or run around the room prior to focusing on the craft. Should have thought about that! I thought they would be able to put their own balloons on the pom pom shooter and tie a knot for the bracelet but I needed to do those things. If I were to relive that day (not saying I'm prepared to do that yet haha), I would have just done the pom pom shooters and not the bracelets to keep it easier.

Also just keeping it real here but some of these girls were not nice (not naming any names). Like seriously future Mean Girls. When did age 7 turn into age 13? Did I miss something? Megan and I swapped experiences after and don't remember kids being like that at that age. Don't get me wrong, most of the kids were really sweet (just a) a little overly excited but I guess the few rude ones seemed to overpower the nice ones. I hope Abby doesn't get influenced by any of the ones that need an attitude adjustment. I hope their 1st grade teacher is truly enjoying each and every day of her summer vacation.

Anyway... after the crafting, the kids had pizza and cake and ice-cream.

Abby's "purse" cake from Publix that she picked out was super cute and girly. Publix DOES make delicious cake. And other baked goods. And subs. Love me some Publix. I digress.

The blowing out of candles happened almost without announcement so I rushed over to snap this.

You might think before I took this photo below I said okay kids go crazy. But I didn't. Kodak moment.

Then she opened her gifts. Apparently the game was trying to sit as close to Abby and the gift being opened as possible. I only wish I had taken some videos. Abby got a lot of great gifts. One was called a boogie board. As far as I knew a boogie board is that foam board thing you use at the beach and try to paddle with and stand on (kinda like a surf board) right? But this was some sort of tablet thing with the exact same name and spelling. Whoever made the foam boogie board never thought to trademark the name I guess. These kids are going to be so confused when someone says "go get your boogie board".

The kids played outside with chalk while the parents arrived to pick up their children

Afterwards, we all breathed a sigh of relief (just kidding but seriously) and had a family lunch. We played with Abby and her new gifts for awhile, Megan and I had an entertaining "adventure" changing out Abby's newly pierced ears (you would have thought we were cutting her), and Eric and I went back to Keith and Megan's to get ready for a delicious Italian dinner.

I just cannot believe how grown up Abby is getting. Who knows what her 8th birthday will bring! Whatever it is we may need to have some adult beverages before hand :)

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

What I Wore: Chambray tied over Maxi Dress

I decided to throw on my chambray shirt tied over a maxi dress for a different look and I really liked it! It almost makes it look like a maxi skirt except if I paired this top tied over a maxi skirt I'd probably need a cami or tank underneath since tying up the button down shortens it a little. Tip: you may need to unbutton a couple buttons to have enough tail to tie, mine is just tied in a single knot and it stayed just fine. I'll definitely wear this again and try it out with another maxi dress.

I wore this for a dinner out on a Friday night at Liberty's with the husband, Justin and a few of their friends. And then Eric and I made a little stop at HomeGoods (I scored some new workout capris) hence the parking lot pictures.

I know you can't see the top of the maxi dress in this photo but the exact Target link is below... must be great since Target has kept it stocked for another year, right? It has an empire waist and is super comfy!

Gray maxi dress: Target, similar
Chambray shirt: Forever 21, similarsimilar, similar
Pink and red layered necklace: Towne & Reese, similar, similar
Pink earrings: Towne & Reese, similar
Cognac bag: Target; similar; similar
Aviator sunglasses: Loft Outlet, very similarsimilar

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

15 TV shows to binge watch

Upon finishing the 2nd season of Orange is the New Black this week, I realized I could put together a great list of binge worthy tv shows. There is something so great about not having to wait a week for a new episode and being able to indulge in a couple episodes every night (or more if you wish). What would have kept us entertained during The Terrible Awful Norovirus of 2013 or anytime the South experiences some snow or should I say snowpocalypse or a rainy Saturday when you just want to be lazy.

I know there are tons of lists of great shows to binge watch but here are 15 we have truly enjoyed. And some that are still airing we are continuing to enjoy and try save up a few episodes at a time to at least do a mini binge-watch unless an entire season is released at once like House of Cards or Orange is the New Black. Great job Netflix, that's how you create binge-worthy television. So here they are in no particular order.

1. Lost - 6 seasons; This was my first ever binge-watching show started during a terrible summer cold my 2nd summer in Charlotte as encouraged by Eric. Watching continued through the rest of the summer so I could catch up to where Eric was who had been watching week by week since the beginning and then we were able to watch the last 2 seasons together live. It is about the survivors of a plane that crash lands on a island where pretty crazy things happen (it gets crazier as the seasons progress... I'm convinced the producers didn't set out knowing how they would end the show) as they all try to stay alive.

2. Dexter - 8 seasons; Centers on a Miami Police Department blood spatter analyst, Dexter, who has a second job as a secret serial killer (true passion channeled into only killing terrible criminals that have gotten away). You will find yourself rooting for Dexter as he tries to lead a "normal" life with his desires for blood/killing.

3. House of Cards - 2 seasons, still airing; A successfully manipulative and power-hungry majority house whip, Frank Underwood, and his equally manipulative wife take you along as they methodically climb the ranks in present day Washington D.C. I wasn't sure I'd like this series as I'm not really into politics but Kevin Spacey is brilliant as the scheming and ruthless Frank who believes his bad actions are for the greater good.

4. Homeland - 3 seasons, still airing, Centered around a CIA assigned to the counter terrorism center (Claire Danes). She suspects a man who is a newly returning prisoner of war of being "turned" by al-Qaeda but does not have any concrete evidence of this so she takes the investigation into her own hands. As an added bonus for us (and anyone else in the area) much of the first three seasons were filmed in Charlotte so it's cool to recognize places around the city.

5. Breaking Bad - 5 seasons; A crime drama about a married high school chemistry teacher (Walt) in New Mexico with a disabled son and new baby on the way. Walt is just diagnosed with lung cancer and shortly after goes on a ride along with his DEA brother in law and gets the idea to team up with a former drug addict student to produce and sell meth to leave his family with enough money when he dies while keeping it a secret from everyone else and especially his wife and brother in law. Seemed like I wouldn't like this show just based on the description but I promise it hooks you. Sort of like in Dexter, you find yourself start to cheer on Walt in his life of crime and hope that he doesn't get caught. It is the highest rated show of all time and has received numerous awards for good reason.

6. Friends - 10 seasons; A classic for sure that doesn't even really need explaining because who hasn't seen at least one episode of Friends. A few years ago we realized we hadn't seen all the episodes so we watched them all from start to finish (thank you Target Black Friday tv series sale) and it was just as great as the first time I'd ever watched an episode. Definitely a show that makes you laugh and feel happy and relate to at least one of the characters at one time or another. Who wouldn't want to have friends like them? Reunion episode pretty please?

7. Orange is the New Black - 2 seasons, still airing; based on a true story of a woman in her 30's who goes to a minimum security women's prison for something crazy she did as a young adult. It is about everything that happens while she is in prison (full of very interesting prison characters and guards) and what is going on in her former life outside. I wasn't sure I'd like this show (I seem to say that a lot in this post) but 2 episodes in and I was hooked. Can't wait for the next season.

8. Alias - 5 seasons; Created by JJ Abrams, it stars Jennifer Garner as Sydney, a CIA agent. She keeps her job hidden from her friends and family while assuming different aliases to carry out missions (hence the name) mainly in foreign countries. It's a litle bit of Covert Affars with some mythology and science fiction thrown in.

9. How I Met Your Mother - 9 seasons; As the name suggests it is based on the premise of the main character, Ted Mosby, telling his two teenage kids the unabridged story of how he met their mother years ago. It follows the life of Ted and 4 of his close friends in Manhattan. I'd say it is similar to Friends and definitely will bring a lot of laughs.

10. Modern Family - 5 seasons, still airing; Follows Jay Pritchett, his second wife, his stepson, and his two grown children who each have families of their own in suburban LA. The families and characters are all so unique and this has us laughing out loud frequently. This is one we usually can't save up any more for binge-watching and look forward to the new 30 minute episode each week during a season. Reruns frequently air on the USA channel and I'd be lying if I said we didn't sometimes rewatch an episode.

11. The Killing - 3 seasons, 1 more short season to come later this year; Set in Seattle, it follows various murder investigations by two homicide detectives. While many other detective shows resolve a case in one episode and move on to a new investigation in the next, this show has a longer and more mysterious cases/investigations which is probably more realistic. It had us on the edge of our seats many times trying to figure out who the killer was.

12. Cover Affairs - 4 seasons, 5th season starts June 2014; About a young CIA operative in the Domestic Protection Division in Washington D.C. and her blind tech operative who is her guide on missions near and far.

13. Suits - 4 seasons, 4th season airing now; Centered around a young impressively smart but kicked-out of law school guy (Mike) and a real lawyer (Harvey) who is the best closer in NYC. Through a random run-in at a job interview Mike completely impresses Harvey with his honesty and knowledge. Harvey hires Mike, passes him off as a lawyer to everyone and takes him under his wing as they solve cases together at a prestigious law firm while keeping Mike's complicated secret that he isn't actually a lawyer. 

14. House - 8 seasons; Medical drama starring Dr. House, an unconventional, distrusting medical genius, and his team of doctors that make up the diagnostics department who solve cases no one else can solve. House often is in conflict with everyone around him which makes for interesting problem solving when lives are on the line.

15. Big Bang Theory - 7 seasons, still airing; So we only binge watched the first two seasons because then we were caught up and have watched it each week since during a season but if you haven't been watching all along you should binge watch the first 7 seasons to catch up (it was just renewed for 3 more seasons!). This sitcom follows two nerdy scientist roommates in LA, one who has a major crush on the girl in the apartment across the hall and the other who is neurotic child genius with no interest in emotions or socials norms or understanding of irony and sarcasm. It follows their lives along with two of their equally nerdy and awkward scientist friends and the girl across the hall to round out the group. My parents like this show as much if not more than we do so I'd say the show is great and funny to adults of all ages.

What are some of your favorite binge-worthy watching shows? I think next we might try Scandal since we've heard good things about it and it's on some binge-watch tv show lists I've seen.

Friday, June 20, 2014

5 Years Ago Today

We were doing this....

I cannot believe 5 years of marriage have passed already! Time really does fly when you're havin' fun. Our wedding was such a fun day celebrating with our family and friends. We have had so many great adventures so far and I'm excited for many many more with my best friend! I could not have dreamed of a better guy to go through life with!

Love you babe!

Also this was my first time using Photoshop to edit photos... I barely know anything yet but ran some fun Pioneer Woman free actions and had fun playing around. I especially like the first one in black and white.

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

What I Wore: Oversized Top and Mint Jeans

So I was ordering something from Francesca's over 6 months ago (I think it was a scarf) and I added this top to my order to get free shipping. It looked cute on the model and I know it could be hit or miss but since I can do in-store returns I figured why not try it.

Well when I pulled it out of the package I almost laughed at how large it looked. I was certain I was going to look like I was wearing a decorative garbage bag. These oversized tops never seem to look good on "fun-sized" girls. I was shocked that it fit completely different that it looked not on a body and that surprisingly somehow it didn't look like a giant sack. A first in many oversized tops I've tried on. Thank you Francesca's. So all this just to say that you shouldn't judge a book by its cover or a top by how it looks on a hanger/out of the packaging. Because it could just be a great new versatile wardrobe piece!

This was from a fun night with friends at Olde Mecklenburg Brewery, dinner, and then watching a hockey game at their apartment pool.

Aztec print oversized top: Francesca's, similar, similar, similar
Mint skinny jeans: Gap Outlet, similarsimilar - both really affordable
Gray keds: Zappos, similarblack
Turquoise earrings: Francesca's, similarsimilarsimilar 30% off
Cognac bag: Target; similar; similar

Monday, June 16, 2014

Little Badger

I made this onesie with my Silhouette for someone who contacted me through my blog. Her and her husband are expecting a little badger. It's their first and they also just found out they are having a girl. They are so excited!

This isn't the best photo since I took it at night before I packaged it up to mail but the Wisconsin logo was a great one for a onesie and you can easily tell what school and team it is for. Can you believe she will graduate in the year 2037?! Crazy!

Congrats on their future Wisconsin Badger!

Friday, June 13, 2014

Crock Pot Chicken and Black Bean Taco Salad with Avocado Dressing

I love taco salad and I love it even more when you can make it in the crock pot. It is a great use of your crock pot in the summer time when things like chili and soups aren't on your dinner planning list. Plus while being filling it is still very healthy and light. Oh and if you are able to, always use fresh grated cheese! Sooo much better than buying the pre-grated bag. And then you can always sneak a pinch of it (gotta reward yourself for doing the grating right?) yum!

Crock Pot Chicken and Black Bean Taco Salad
adapted from Skinnytaste, serves 4, about 290 calories per serving*


- 2 large boneless skinless chicken breasts
- 1 1/2 tsp cumin
- 1 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1 tsp chili powder
- 1 cup of canned black beans, rinsed
- 1 cup of chunky salsa
- 6-7 cups of chopped romaine lettuce
- 3 roma tomatoes, chopped
- 2 Tbsp chopped scallions
- 1/4 cup mexican blend cheese, grated (or your favorite cheese)

Combine first 6 ingredients in crock pot and cook on Low for 4 hours. DO NOT cook this any longer than 4 hours as there is not much liquid in the crock pot and the chicken and beans will dry out (I learned this the hard way... it is not like chili or soup where you can just leave it on low for 10 hours while you are at work).

Avocado Dressing (I didn't want to get all the ingredients Skinnytaste listed for her dressing so I improvised with what I had and it turned out great)

- 1 large avocado
- juice of 1/2 of a lime
- 2/3 cup Light Ranch dressing (Hidden Valley)
- 1 tsp garlic powder
- 1/2 tsp cumin
- salt and pepper to taste

Mash avocado into dressing until creamy. Add other ingredients and mix well. Since we had two servings one night and two servings the next, I made half of the dressing each night so it would be fresh but you wouldn't have to do that. Or if you don't want to bother with making dressing, just use some light ranch or another light dressing.

Place a cup-ish of lettuce on a plate and top with about a 1/4 of the chicken/black bean mixture. Pile on 1/4 of the cheese, tomatoes, dressing and scallions. Repeat for the other 3 servings.  Enjoy!

Eric liked to add some extra salsa to his which is low in calories so feel free to add more salsa to the mix!

*I don't know the exact calories since I did not follow her recipe completely but I am sure it is very very close.

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

What I Wore: Coral in Columbia

We went to Columbia a couple weeks ago for our niece Abby's 7th birthday (more on that in another post) and on Saturday night we went out to dinner with Keith and Megan to a lovely Italian Trattoria, Rosso, in Forest Acres area. It was delicious! Seems like I tend to wear my coral jeans when we go out to dinner in Columbia :) As you can see by all the shadows and my sunglasses it was a super sunny day!

Coral skinny jeans: Loft, similar, similar, similar
Navy polka dot button down: Gap Outlet, similar, similar
White camisole: Old Navy, similar, similar
Gold sandals: Nine West, similar, similar
Gold necklace: Towne and Reese, similar
Gold filigree earrings: Towne & Reese, similar, similar,
Cognac bag: Target; similar; similar
Aviator sunglasses: Loft Outlet, very similar, similar

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Recent Reads

I do a lot more reading in the summer than any other time of year... guess it is due to going to the beach/pool or feeling like there is more time (even though there's still 24 hours in a day) or the fact that summer just seems like the most relaxed season and relaxing and reading go hand in hand. So I thought I'd share a few of the books I've read recently and some brief thoughts on them.

The Divergent Series by Veronica Roth

So as you can see this was three books and I'm sure many have read these by now. Before reading these, I thought they were going to be just like Hunger Games. They have the same dystopian genre and a heroine but they explore different themes and are written differently. Although like the Hunger Games, I really enjoyed books 1 and 2 much more than book 3 which felt rushed at times and didn't have an ending that made sense or that the story deserved (even more so than Hunger Games book 3). I did find an alternate ending written by a fan which is much better so I just like to pretend that is the ending instead. And it is written in the same style as Veronica Roth and is an ending that the book and series deserves. Even with book 3 (because it's not like you could really just skip the last book), if you like the Hunger Games you should read these. It is easy reading and I pretty much flew through them. Maybe they will consider a different ending for the movie. The Divergent movie that came out a few months ago was great and well cast. Of course the book is almost always better than the movie but it's definitely worth seeing. It is impressive that Veronica was in her 20's when she wrote these.

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

I figured I might as well read another book that Shailene Woodley was starring in the movie version of haha. I thought a book about two cancer patients that fall in love would be completely depressing and while parts of it are sad, the writing and characters are so genuine and it is about so much more. I'm not describing it well enough to do it justice so just read it! I will also be seeing the movie at some point and have heard it is very true to the story.

Where'd You Go Bernadette by Maria Semple

I mentioned this book previously in my gift guide post and I finally got to borrow it from my sister and read it. It was like nothing I've ever read before. It's written from the perspective of a 15 year old daughter to an eccentric opinionated and brilliant mother and a workaholic dad about when her mother goes missing. Definitely pick this one up. I think it would be an excellent book club read too. Plus the cover graphic is awesome.

The Memory Thief by Emily Colin

This is another book my mom/sister lent me and it was a good, interesting and quick read but not in my list of top 50 books or anything... the characters felt underdeveloped and self centered.. I'd read all the books I have above before this one. It is two stories intertwined: one about a wife, husband who dies in a mountain climbing accident (don't worry it's not a spoiler if it's also on the back of the book), son and the husband's best friend and the other about a man thousands of miles away that awakes from a coma with the dead husband's memory instead of his own. Kinda out there right? It;s only her first novel so may be the next one will be better.

I have a few more books I've read recently so I'll do another one of these posts soon plus I just bought two new books I hope to be wonderful beach/pool reads. What great (or not so great) books have you read recently? Read any of the books above?

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Grilled Chicken Marinade

Now that it's warm out, I hope everyone is firing up the grill! We tried out a new marinade last time we grilled chicken and it was delicious. I wanted to use our Penzey's Chicago Seasoning because it has a wonderful smokey flavor and it is great on beef and suggests it would be great on vegetables too so I figured why not chicken. And I read that apple cider vinegar is a great tenderizer so a new marinade was born.

I now swear by Penzey's spices. They are more potent that what you'd buy at the grocery so you end up using less of it and the quality of the spices just seem to be better and you can really taste the difference. We love their garlic powder, Italian seasoning and crushed red pepper too (and friends we gave some cinnamon to love it). Once some of my current frequently used grocery store spices run out I plan to purchase them all through Penzey's. They have stores across the US but not one that close to us so I just order the bags online and they do free shipping for $35 or more (plus the catalog you can get mailed for free has great recipes in it). I know this sounds like an advertisement for Penzey's but I promise I am not getting any perks, I just like their products.

Grilled Chicken Marinade

- 6 chicken breasts
- 1 cup apple cider vinegar
- 3 Tbsp minced garlic
- 1 1/2 tsp of Penzey's Chicago Seasoning (or Weber has a comparable seasoning but probably would need to use more of it)

Trim fat, cover with plastic wrap and pound chicken flatter with a mallet (we find when it's thinner it grills better and doesn't get too done while you wait for the inside to cook). Mix the last 3 ingredients together to form the marinade. Combine chicken and marinade in a well sealed ziploc bag and leave in the refrigerator for at least 6 hours. When ready to grill, remove chicken and grill on both sides until cooked through.

The chicken was so tender and flavorful! Goes great with grilled corn, grilled zucchini/squash and caprese salad! And of course you can't forget some sort of dessert... like pie or cheesecake... YUM!

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

What I Wore: Teal Blazer

Every girl needs a fun colored blazer after a couple of staple blazers such as black/navy/gray and a black & white striped blazer. And my fun blazer is teal! Are you surprised? I used to hardly ever wear black tops (or even white tops) beacause I always wanted to wear brighter colors and I thought those colors were boring. A black or white top is perfect with a bright colored blazer though because the blazer can be the star of the outfit and not compete with anything else. I wore this to work when we had a big all hands meeting and it definitely brightened my day!

I want to style this blazer with a casual outfit soon too. Do you have any fun colored blazers?

Teal blazer: Loft, similar, similar, more green than teal
Black top: Banana Republic Outlet, similar, similar
Black straight dress pants: Loft, similarsimilar, similar
Black flats: Anne Klein iflex bam bam, also have seen at Marshall's
Pink necklace: Towne & Reese
Pink earrings: Towne & Reese, similar

Linking up to: What I Wore WednesdayWhat I Wore to WorkBecause Shanna Said SoTucker UpPTMT Get Pin-spiredTip Junkie

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Family Room Update

You saw our family room empty when it was painted and then a little bit in the Christmas post but there are some exciting changes happening. You may remember the color scheme planned for our open kitchen/family room is teal, cobalt and coral and so far the only items fitting our new color scheme were the 2 dark teal wing chairs. I have been working on pillows (and will do curtains) in the fabrics I shared in that post. But I've been on a search for the past 8 months or so for a rug (more casually) and for a furniture piece (more seriously) for under the tv.

Well first came the rug. I went to the outlet mall with my mom about a month ago. We were mainly shopping for clothes but decided to pop into the TJ Maxx/HomeGoods too real quick. Well low and behold I saw this lovely wool rug that I really liked in a medium gray color with a geometric off-white pattern. I hadn't gotten serious about the rug search yet so I wasn't sure what size we would need but I knew it needed to be big. Well this rug was 9x12 which I wasn't even sure would be big enough so I didn't buy it then and decided to go home and measure the family room area. I did purchase a rug for in front of our kitchen sink. (I bought a small teal rug from Target several months back but it ended up looking a little small so I moved that to the mudroom area entrance). It just happened to be cobalt and geometric (can you tell I like geometric patterns) and the right size. Oh and $15. How could I say no to that? Isn't it pretty?

Anyway fast forward to when I got home. I did some measuring and it turns out 9x12 was actually the perfect size for the family room rug! I didn't want the rug sticking out in the pathway in front of the teal chairs and I wanted most of the furniture completely under the rug just like the rule of thumb decor measurements suggest. Definitely check this out, our rug in our first home just had the front legs of furniture on it and I promise it makes a big difference if you can do it.

So I called up the HomeGoods and had them put it on hold for me and we went back up there with my dad's SUV and picked it up. It was $499 which is an amazing deal for a large wool rug but I also asked for a discount since there was a small picked spot (which ended up under furniture anyway) so I got it for about $470. Hey, asking paid off! Once we arrived back at the house my sweet husband had already moved all the furniture out of the way and we laid out the rug.

I gave it a good vacuuming and we put the furniture back. So far we really love it. Since it's wool it does shed so I vacuum it at least once a week right now but I've heard it stops shedding after a few months. While I love the look of wood floors, the rug really warms things up and now it's hard to imagine not having a rug in there.

Then only a couple weeks later, I was browsing craigslist like I do every couple days and saw an ad for a cobalt credenza. I'd been searching for a long time for a dresser or buffet or something with storage to go under our tv and it needed to be less than 70 inches long but more than 60 and it was 65 and it also couldn't be too deep since we have that leather chair in the corner. I honestly didn't care what color it was since I had planned to paint it or something as long as it was solid wood but when I saw this and it was already the right color for our room it was meant to be! The price was perfect too at $275 and it's made by Hooker, a really great brand.

It has plenty of storage and is a pop of fun color in the room. Can't wait to share more family room updates soon!

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