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New use for an armoire

Posted by rafor (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 1, 12 at 11:57

Don't know how many of you read other forums here, but on the decorating forum there have been several discussions about what to do with those older TV armoires now that everyone is switching to flat screens. Seems you can't give them away. I actually like them and have gotten several for free that I repurpose. I never had one that I used for a TV.

BUT: this lady did something wonderful with one.


I just picked up another free one today. Wish it had those sexy legs!

Her website is nice too:

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  • Posted by suprneko 9b/sunset 16 NorCal, (My Page) on
    Fri, Jun 1, 12 at 12:31

Wow that is a gorgeous potting bench!

RE: New use for an armoire

LOVE this! And the color is wonderful! Great reuse.

RE: New use for an armoire

Got a file of similar pics but this may be the best yet. Beautiful! 'Course now I'm dreaming of concrete + pipe + copper so nothing else quite seems to measure up these days. I really need to move on & get busy on mine but...

...a girl can dream can't she?


RE: New use for an armoire

Great recycle! Love the color, too! TFS! Jeanne S.

RE: New use for an armoire

That's just what I need!! I'll have to watch for one of those. TYFS JLily

RE: New use for an armoire

That is just fabulous!
Any piece of real wood furniture is worth repurposing almost these days with so much particle board around.
I have an old bureau on my front porch. Maybe someday when we paint the porch I'll paint it too.

RE: New use for an armoire

Love the color. And what a neat idea.

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