I just love me some barn wood, don’t you?? Especially when it is made into boxes. Even better. I have 22 Ways To Use Barn Wood Boxes! I am so very excited to share this post with you. It will change your life! (Well, not really. But, it sounded good, right?)
Barn wood boxes are a great way to add personality and variety to your home, meals, and events. Let’s see what I came up with…
I have my silverware in jars in on my kitchen counter, of course in a barn wood box. They are just pickle and jelly jars, but in a barn wood box, it adds some personality.
A barn wood box is perfect for holding your household cleaning items.
It is a great way to organize your under the kitchen sink soaps and cleansers.
I just love my vintage thread and ribbons in a barn wood box.
These barn wood boxes are just the right size for holding my DVDs.
Another barn wood box holds my vintage milk bottles and Great Grandma’s lace.
My desk organizer is also a barn wood box.
Since I have my silverware in a barn wood box, why not my plates, too?? I love how the desert rose plates look against the wood, don’t you?
You can also use a barn wood box as a stand in the bathroom for your necessities.
My empty picture frames look great in a box, too. (That is my cute grandpa and grandma that I talk so much about.)
MORE cleaning products. Either for the kitchen and/or bathroom.
Now how cute does this toilet paper look in a barn wood box????
You can never have too many wash cloths, right?
I like my hydrangeas and cherry blossom wreath in a barn wood box, too.
Barn wood boxes are ideal for holding vintage books.
A barn wood box used to display my blue insulators. The wood really brings out the blues.
Using this barn wood box again to hold my shell filled cloche and my thrifted mason jar.
Even my book page garland adds interest and depth in a barn wood box.
Use a barn wood box at a wedding filled with fresh flowers.
Or, filled with serving trays for wedding reception guests.
At a wedding dinner, stack the barn wood boxes and filled them with french bread.
I also like using barn wood boxes at our son’s Wedding Open House. I filled them with napkins, plates, cups and silverware. I also used them to make various levels.
Wow! There you have it, 22 Ways To Use Barn Wood Boxes. What ideas do YOU have???
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