Hey, hey friends! It’s fun-day, Monday. (Not really. I’m just trying to cheer myself up a bit.) :)
The kiddos were supposed to be in school today, but it was cancelled because of the eclipse. I’m glad I get to experience the eclipse with the fam, but man, I had a bunch to get done today, and it is so much easier when they are in school. haha!
Anyway, I am sooooooo close to showing you our final laundry room reveal. My goal is to share it with you on Friday! #fingerscrossed
Today, I wanted to do a quick post about the butcher block that we used for the cabinets in our laundry room.
Did you know that they sell butcher block at Lowe’s now?!! I was thrilled when I found out they did, because y’all know I LOVE me some butcher block!
We used butcher block in our kitchen renovation over 5 years ago.
And we also used butcher bock for the vanities that Cy built for the boys’ bathroom cabinets.
I knew that I wanted to use butcher block in our laundry room too because it is just so darn beautiful and affordable. It also gives that wonderful farmhouse feel that I love so much. I have been so impressed with how our butcher block has held up in our kitchen and bathrooms, so I had no hesitation of putting it in our laundry room.
The butcher block from Lowe’s is great quality!
- Solid wood butcher block
- Made with Baltic birch
- Fully customizable
- Harvested from sustainable forest
- Can be stained or lacquered
- Warm clean feel
Here are the cubbies that Cy built for me to fold and sort laundry on….
We stained the butcher block with “dark walnut” MinWax stain, but Cy applied it a little bit darker than I wanted, so we lightly sanded it to get this beautiful color. Then we sealed it with a polyurethane.
Butcher Block is such a classic look, and I love having this large space to fold clothes on. I just sat those fern prints on top of the butcher block for these pictures, but I will actually be styling this space differently for the final Laundry Room Makeover.
What do you think? Isn’t it beautiful?!
*This post was sponsored by Lowe’s. All ideas and opinions are 100% mine. :)