One of the questions I get asked the most is how certain things are holding up in our house. From our couches to our kitchen table to certain paint sheens – you all want the scoop! I’m always happy to give my opinion (just ask my kid’s, ha!), and by far one of the most received requests I’ve gotten lately is how our bar stools from Serena and Lily are holding up. With good reason since you may remember my kids destroyed the last ones we had… in less than 9 months.
Serena and Lily just sent me a few new products to share, so now seemed like a great time to revisit their Riviera bar stools and take a spin around the kitchen.
First up, let’s talk about these bar stools – the quality is SO good! Our kitchen is the hangout spot in our house for sure, and these stools take a beating from my kids. They lean on them, tilt on them, knock them over, and they are still kicking!
Our island is usually homework central while I cook and try to answer questions (except the math ones, I leave those to the Mr. as I would like the children to actually pass their classes), so these most definitely get used every day.
They look so much more delicate and fragile than they are in real life. The best part is they wipe down really easy too. I still can’t talk about the tomato soup incident of 2019 (too soon, too soon), but let’s just say they came out completely unscathed.
They added the perfect pop of deeper blue to coincide with our navy breakfast nook chairs.
I love the addition of this Bedford tray on our island. The detailing on it is gorgeous, and I love having a tray corraling everything so it’s easy to move when I’m cooking.
I usually keep fresh cut flowers from the yard in here. but I snagged these on a Trader Joe’s run this week instead. I used a combo of white stock, wax flowers, and seeded eucalyptus for a pretty wildflower look.
You may notice I swapped out the rug situation in here too. It’s so nice having a longer runner in here vs the tiny one I had by the sink. This is an indoor/outdoor rug that is supposed to be really durable and able to be hosed off. I will report back on how it holds up when we inevitably spill on it, but I love the texture it adds to our space!
A good kitchen step stool was the thing that was missing from my life that I didn’t know I needed. My little guy usually hops up on the counters to grab stuff, but now he just grabs this cute stool and everything is so much easier to access. I even use it to reach my tippity top cabinets near the ceiling. Bonus – this has made his chore of emptying the dishwasher much easier too.
I would definitely buy these bar stools again. Serena and Lily pieces can be an investment, but the quality never disappoints me! I’ll link all of my fave Serena and Lily pieces below and I included a full source list at the end!
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Cabinet color – Extra White by Sherwin Williams
Island – Blustery Sky by Sherwin Williams
Countertops – Misterio quartz by Vicostone
Bar stools – find them here
Tray – find it here
Step Stool – find it here
Rug Runner – find it here
Table – find it here (I painted mine white)
kitchen Chairs – find them here
Glass Vase – Hobby Lobby
Cabinet Hardware – find it here
Pantry wallpaper – find it here
Light fixtures – find them here