When you move into a new home you have so many grand plans of how you want to put everything together but sometimes it just doesn’t follow through. I’ve been planning to buy a new tv and tv stand for a few months but procrastination got the best of me, when I found out about this opportunity to check out Sauder furniture the timing was right. I also received further confirmation when my neighbor said she had just been checking out a Sauder tv stand for her place too.
For me, shopping for furniture needs to be an easy, deliverable and online experience. I loved being able to log onto the Sauder website and separate my options by color, tv size, room space and more!
Making My Selection
I knew that I wanted a black tv stand and something big enough to fit a 42 inch tv. Check out the image below to see how I was able to narrow my selection.
I loved the look of the Highboy Tv Stand because I could use it in my living room or bedroom if I wanted to,so I clicked on it to see a bigger image, once I read over the specifications I knew it was the one for me so I added it to my cart and off to checkout I went. The checkout process is very easy, and I loved being able to have it delivered right to my front door. It took about 1 week for me to receive my Tv Stand and than after that I recruited DantÃ¨ to help me put it together, lol.
Putting It Together
Now that I had DantÃ¨ there to help me out, the first thing we did was pull all the pieces out and see if it included the tools necessary to get the job done.
I was pleased to see it had everything we needed and that the directions looked pretty easy to follow. I would recommend having a longer Phillips screwdriver on hand though, this will make a few of the longer screws easier to screw in.
We timed the process and it took us about 3 hours to put everything together, this included eating pizza and watching tv as we went… also we had to borrow the longer screw driver from a neighbor, lol.
Overall I was very pleased with the finished product and DantÃ¨ agreed that it wasn’t hard to put together at all. Check out the finished piece below 🙂
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Sauder. The opinions and text are all mine.