Monday, October 22, 2012

Revamping the look of your Dining Room w/ SureFit + Giveaway!

My husband thinks I'm crazy because every month or two, I get into this mood where I NEED to change the look of the rooms in our house.  He knows now that he can never get used to furniture being in the same place permanently.  It's true. I move furniture around and relocate things. I recently changed our living room theme from cream, burgundy and chocolate brown to different shades of blue.  Ask my three year old daughter what Mama's favourite colour is and she'll tell you it's Cerulean.

If you're like me and need a new look every now and then. I have found an easier way to change the look of your dining room. SureFit Form Fit Slipcovers!

I did something crazy and cleared out all the furniture from our dining room so Little One could have more room to run around and play. We  now have no more formal dining room. I know. Crazy.

Instead, I moved my 12 person Norwegian Teak table to our kitchen. Our kitchen is fairly large. It has its own floor. Yes, the entire level for the kitchen. It also saves me the running up and down upstairs where the formal dining room used to be.

Not only do the SureFit covers protect your chairs (if you have a messy 3 year old like I do, you'll know why I'm so thankful for the slipcovers), but they also allow you to instantly change the look of your room. You can accent your room with a burst of colour or you can complement a theme you're going with.  It certainly is a lot easier and less time consuming than painting all your rooms again or buying new furniture whenever you need a fresh perspective.

We just recently got some Parson chairs and I chose my slipcovers in a beautiful red to add warmth to our rustic country home kitchen. We live in an old farm house, so everything is wood!

The warmth of the red velvety fabric was perfect. Please forgive the "kitchen appliance unit I have in the background. If one thing is true. I love cooking and am addicted to kitchen gadgets! Sadly, I'm a marketer's dream come true! My next project is finding an organizer for my many kitchen gadgets so that none of them are visible like in this photo.

Stretch Velvet Wine - Dining Chair

1 Piece Classic Slipcover
95% Polyester 5% Spandex
Easy to install and maintain
Stretch fabric perfectly hugs the shape of your chair for a clean silhouette.
The slipcover fits chairs up to a maximum of 20" width and 22" back height 

I love that the fabric is so soft and you can just easily put them in the wash to clean them. I also love that there are different designs and colours to choose from. It really is a more economical way to change to the look of a room. 

I am so very excited about! Visit their website and check out all their amazing products. Friends have commented on how beautiful the Parson chair covers are. If you want to vamp up your room, Caber Sure Fit Inc. is giving one of my readers a set of FOUR Parson Chair covers!


To enter, simply fill out the Rafflecopter form below:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck! Happy revamping your dining room!

Disclosure - I received the above product to facilitate this honest review. All the opinions on this blog are honest and my own.


Brandi Yee said...

Love this idea! Such an easy way to change your decor and switch things up :)

I would love to try the Twill Chocolate - Parson Chair Cover Shortsize with Buttons!

Mama Ash said...

Very nice!

Alyssa K said...

Oh these are nice! Great way to freshen up the dining decor for sure!

Anonymous said...

Love the colour!

Stephen said...

We are renoing our dinning room! I would love to update our ugly chair with New Luxury Suede Black - Parson Chair Midsize Pleat with Button! They are awesome!!

Christine McN said...

Just testing to see if the Rafflecopter form works.

~ The Country Mouse ~ said...

I like Dimples Beige covers. What a great idea!

Angela M said...

I like the stretch velvet covers in green.

Little Miss Kate said...

I like the Twill Chocolate - Parson Chair Cover Shortsize with Buttons

Rebby said...

I like the Biscotti - Dining Chair Stretch Velvet!

Nicole said...

I love the stretch velvet wine.


Fresca Chestnut - Dining ChairStretch

but I also loved the velvet biscotti hickory!

both would work

summerdual AT gmail DOT com

Tashieka McTaggart said...

Slipcovers are a brilliant way to keep your decor fresh and current

Fan R. said...

Love Biscotti - Dining Chair Stretch Velvet

ginette4 said...

I like the Harlow Black - Dining Chair Stretch

ksceviour said...

I would like the
Harlow Black - Dining Chair Stretch
(Karla Sceviour)

Journeys of The Zoo said...

I like the Form Fitted ones in the colour you got. Red is my accent colour!

Besos, Sarah
Zookeeper at Journeys of The Zoo
journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

Jeannie said...

I like the dimple beige dining chairs. What a great idea to switch up your furniture.

Tina L. said...

I like the Fresca Barley - Dining Chair Stretch

Areta said...

Biscotti - Dining Chair Stretch Velvet!

Jazzy6178 said...

Biscotti - Dining Chair Stretch Velvet would look great on my chairs

Jazzy6178 said...

Biscotti - Dining Chair Stretch Velvet would look great on my chairs.

freestuffforme said...

New Luxury Suede Black - Parson Chair Midsize Pleat with Button

Adina H.

carschick2000 said...

I Iike the dimples beige stretch chair covers.

Lisa Bolduc said...

how nice! i would pick the Biscotti - Dining Chair Stretch Velvet in hick

Elaine Bolduc said...

awww nice easy way to change things, i would pick Harlow Black - Dining Chair Stretch

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