A few months ago, I showed you the new Sauder dresser I ordered online.
Above is what it looks like on the Sauder website, not what it looks like at the Ziegmont home.
It started out in ourÃ‚ playroom, full of stuffed animals and other toys.
But we got the girls a huge bunk bed and had to rearrange the entire upstairs. The room that used to be the playroom (the room with hot pink walls) was the only room big enough to accommodate the bed, so it became the bedroom.
We had to move the dressers and play kitchen into the room that used to be the bedroom.
We moved all the board and card games into the dresser to get them out of the living room. Because it has 6 drawers, it was able to accommodate our large stash nicely.
But then we realized that Grace’s old dresser was too hard to use. The drawers stuck and prevented her from putting her clothes away.
7-year-olds do not need any reason to not put their clothes away, right? Mine doesn’t.
Fortunately, the drawers on the new Sauder dresser are very smooth and easy to open, so she could put her own clothes away if we moved them into it.
We moved them into it.
As before, I let the girls decorate the top of the dresser. Grace used the pinata she got for her birthday, her piggy bank, the memories of Grandma box, and the necklace stands she and her sister got while we were on vacation. It works.
I have been happy with every piece of furniture I’ve ever gotten from Sauder, and this gorgeous dresser is no exception. It may not be as stylish or fancy as on their website, but it is well used and perfect for us.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sauder. The opinions and text are all mine.
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