Barnwood Project: TV Armoire Makeover
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Welcome back friends! I’m so excited to share with you a little area of my house that I’ve been keeping under wraps for a few weeks now. I’ve had an amazing opportunity to partner with The Home Depot to give my old tv armoire a makeover using their new barnwood boards. With The Home Depot’s Barnwood boards you can get the authentic look of reclaimed wood without the hassle. And today I can finally reveal the amazing transformation!
Yes, The Home Depot now carries boards that look just like authentic, rustic barnwood and they are so easy to work with. No longer do you have to scour the online classifieds looking for barnwood. It’s so easy and convenient to just head over to The Home Depot to pick up what you need and get started on your project.
I decided to makeover my tv armoire that I now use for office storage because, well, it was a disaster! While I had already given the outside a mini makeover, the inside was disorganized and wasn’t really adding any value to my space.
I honestly can’t believe how amazing this project turned out. The boards were incredibly easy to work with and they now give my office space that modern farmhouse feel that I just love and is so on trend right now. I opted to use a herringbone pattern for the barn wood and I think it turned out so beautiful!
This was such a fun and easy project!
I hope you like it as much as I do. Don’t forget to let me know what you think in the comments, I love to hear from you!!! You can also see more projects from me over on my Instagram or Facebook page. And don’t forget to stop by The Home Depot to see the full step by step tutorial.
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