To tell you a little bit about the home where the armoire resides, my niece and her husband bought an 80- year old farm house about three years ago. It was built in 1926.
The hardwood floors, stair case, french doors and all the molding and trim are original to the house. Notice how the entertainment center makes it impossible to close the french doors. The entertainment center was placed in this location because of the TV cable outlet placement.
Last Christmas, my niece’s husband asked me to do a living room redesign for my niece as a Christmas present from him. Here are a few pics of the living room before. I apologize for the blurriness of the pics. When I took the pics, they were for my use only.
Above is my niece’s husband (Billy). Below are Pics of the living room after the redesign.
Look how beautiful her hardwood floors are.
By using what she already had, what was given to her as Christmas presents and painting the room, I was able to completely transform her living room.
This is a picture of the $5.00 armoire I got at an auction before I completely transformed it.
With the removal of the entertainment center and the placement of the TV armoire, it’s the finishing touch to her redesign. I have to say my niece was so happy with the recent make-over and she loves how she can actually use her french doors now.