Every couple of months, I’m lucky enough to get to go to the Kirkland’s corporate offices to tour all the behind the scenes.
I love those trips.
Everyone there feels like they should live down the street from me and I get to see all the upcoming collections and pretend like I’m a home and garden reporter in my head.
On my last trip, right in the middle of almost having a come-apart over all the reclaimed wood and this new vintage reproduction light collection, I spotted something out of the corner of my eye.
I couldn’t help it. I skipped and rushed and ran to the back wall….
….to see this.
These nail heads.
They literally called my name from across the room.
I reached out and held their hand for just a moment and told them they were beautiful in all their nail-head glory.
They were attached to the prettiest gray chairs that looked like came straight from a farmhouse in western Europe.
I’d never seen them before.
I asked the team about them….
….they told me the most exciting news.
News almost as great as the day I discovered lip liner.
Are you ready?
Are you sitting down?
The chairs can be special ordered.
I know, right? It’s a Special Order Program from Kirkland’s. There are literally dozens of swatches of material to choose from. You can select your fabric from a variety of options, order them to match your house and depending on the fabric and style….even with the special order they only cost between $79.99 and $99.99.
You can see all the leg styles here (I love these hand-turned distressed wood legs).
And the fabric choices here and here.
And you can order them online here.
You can also see an entire display and some of the chairs at your local store.
It’s such an easy and affordable way to personalize your space and make it your own.
I love so many of the options.
And I’m so happy I happened upon those sweet, adorable, shiny, sparkling nail heads.
I love meeting new friends. 🙂
And now in super fun news, I created this video for Kirkland’s to highlight the program!
Just click the button to play!
disclosure: This post was written in collaboration with Kirkland’s.
All opinions are my own. I formed them from the first moment I met the chairs.
Please see my disclosure page for more information.