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DIY board and batten tutorial {dining room

Prev postNext post Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse Hi everyone! I wanted to show you our DIY board and batten tutorial that I recently added to our dining room wall. This project only took an afternoon and when I …
  • Lindsay Kingsbury

    great floor, mud room idea

  • Traci Shope

    Mudroom with slate floors, board and batten wall treatment, and built in bench

  • Jeff Pitcher

    Mud room farmhouse style. Nice walls, functional shelf and hardy floor

  • Vicky Hays

    new back door entry with coat rack, tile floor

  • Nikki Moeur

    Charming Mud room Create a chic place to hang coats and stash boots with white paint and smart storage. At this back entry, a bench doubles as storage for seasonal items, like scarves, mittens and hats. A shelf and coat rack keep frequently-used items close at hand and organized. The stone floor tiles are especially practical when boots get muddy or snowy.

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