DIY Rustic TV Console

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I am so excited to share our DIY TV console with you guys! We have had this console done
for a few weeks now, & I really do not know what took me so long to show you what
my husband created. There are these days that my husband puts on a flannel &
a tool belt & he heads out into the garage & creates these beautiful pieces of art like this
TV console. I can’t get over how smart & how fast he can build something like this
I am a little envious of his skills with a saw, but thankful to have a wonderful teacher
to teach me his DIY skills. Building furniture & woodworking is his hobby & I’m
perfectly fine with that. I guess this is reason #567858 why we were meant to be together.

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I plan on putting up instructions for this TV console soon, but in all reality
my husband actually went off inspiration pictures & really made his own
way around while building it. The reason we wanted to build our entertainment center
was because we needed an extra long console due to how long the wall was
that the tv was on. All other consoles looked too small compared to the massive wall.
We also are not mounting the television at this time due to having to put our house
on the market soon {more on that later!} So no wood floors and TV mounting in
this house, but wait until we get into the next place, I may go DIY crazy!
You can’t really tell from the photos, but this is one large piece of
furniture. & heavy. ask my chiropractor ;)

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As far as styling this lovely TV console, I keep moving stuff around as always &
it certainly isn’t “finished”, but I like the eclectic look it has right now & that cozy
antique quilt is my favorite find as of lately. The stain on this piece is Special Walnut
by Minwax which is the same stain used {here} on our DIY headboard.

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I’m seriously the proudest wife ever & I love that I get to look at his work
daily & that it’s a huge focal point in our home. I’ll stop, but he’s pretty awesome.
What do you think of our DIY TV console? Have you ever built a TV console before?
I can’t wait to see you other changes in our living room, it’s all changing so fast &
I can’t wait to show you around! Even better, just come over for a cup of coffee in our
cozy living room, we love it here & we know you would too! I would love to hear from
you in the comments below, on the facebook page {here} or find me on instagram {here}.
For complete DIY instructions click {here}.

How to build a DIY rustic TV console - so easy!!

Head on over to craftsmandrive.com to see how to build your own DIY rustic TV Console!


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