This is a sponsored post. I am a Sears blogger, though all opinions are my own.
We have lots of organization projects ahead of us this year. My office, Bubbles’ bedroom, the garage, the kitchen cabinets. That’s what I can think of just off the top of my head, but there are more, I know.
As part of our organization plan, we’ll be searching for a few new pieces of furniture, too. Bubbles needs a new dresser and chest of drawers, and something to house her books.
We’ll be searching through the Sears Furniture Collection as part of our hunt for the perfect pieces. From traditional to modern, the 2014 collection truly does have something for everyone. The hardest part will be choosing your favorites!
After browsing the 2014 Sears Furniture Collection Lookbook my personal wish list of items is starting to grow. The Emerald Home Pier Unit Shelves and Drawer Natural Elm has kind of a beachy or cabin feel to it, which I like. And I really like the color and lines of the Jackson Perez Cocktail Table.
My other favorite is the dining table and chairs on the last page of the lookbook. We’ve been talking for a long time about getting a tall, square table for our dining area. I’ve always loved the look and so has hubby, and now we actually have the right space for that kind of table.
If you’re trying to decide what changes to make to your own spaces this year, consider the following:
- Storage – Do you need extra storage? Look for lift-top ottomans, bed frames with pull-out drawers, etc.
- Color – Know you want to change up your color palette, but aren’t sure what to choose? Think about an object or piece of art you absolutely love, and choose colors from there.
- Livability – That coffee table I mentioned above? Totally love it. Couldn’t have it right now, though, because those corners look sharp, and sharp + toddler = oh my no. Choose pieces that work for where you are in life right now.
- Pull It Together – A few throw pillows, a cool rug, a painting or other accessories. You can really tie your look together with a few pieces that have the same colors, textures, or types of patterns.