Condo Life from @Target & @Overstock

When I moved, there were a few pieces I wanted to get.  Moving from a 1925 Historic Mexican Style home into an open-floor plan condo requires different design aesthetics.  Most of my stuff works, but I needed a few new basic pieces.

I had been looking for new bar tools and rug after and after visiting almost every furniture and specialty store in the area, I finally hit up some online shopping and found what I had been looking for.

The bar stools I found on  I lucked out and found them on sale at $89 ea., they are now marked at $109. but they are worth it!  I had looked at my neighborhood Target several times for something and didn’t find anything I wanted….  these were on-line and I love them!

The hard part was I had to put them together, but that only took about 20 minutes each.

I found the rug on  I am really happy with it.  The rug has a nice pile and looks much more expensive than it was.  It is now listed at $300, but it was also on sale when I bought it.  I bought a pad from Overstock too.

After I ordered the items I got nervous, I was worried if the patterns and colors would clash.  As you can see they compliment each other really well and the bar stool taupe is picked up in the rug.

I am very happy with my selections.

Bar stools from Target

Rug from Overstock


Next I am looking for……

A long and low shelf that I can use for an entertainment center.  6 1/2 – 7′ long, 20 – 24″ high, 16 – 18″ deep.

A buffet or writing desk, haven’t decided which one I want.

What’s Cooking – Target’s Archer Farms Chicken @ArcherReviews @ArcherFarms

Shopping at my Super Target this past weekend found an awesome new chicken dish I have not had the opportunity to try before.

Pre-packaged and prepared, the Archer Farms Prosciutto, Red Pepper, Spinach and Swiss Cheese Stuffed Chicken Breast is A-MA-ZING!!!

First of all, simple to prepare is always good.  Turn on the oven, heat to 400 and place chicken in the oven in a baking dish.  Secondly, this dish doesn’t kill your calorie intake for the day.  Only 190 calories per 5 oz. serving.

Packaging consists of 2 stuffed breast, approximately 5 oz. each.  Elegantly prepared, the dish looks like it could be served at a three star Michelin restaurant.

Tasty, rich, healthy, interesting blend of ingredients.  This chicken dish is a winner, I can’t wait to try another.  Easily worth the $8.32 cost!

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