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How to update inexpensive furniture with the look of reclaimed wood - no sawing, sanding, or power tools involved! This is such and easy DIY project that comes together in under an hour.

I’m back at it again this month, with another guest post over at Designer Trapped in a Lawyer’s Body.

This post all started when I scored a major deal at Target.  I found a clearance book shelf for under $50!  What?!?!?  Sold!

The shelf was pretty plain and white, but I decided to amp it up a bit with the look of reclaimed wood in the back panel.  BUT… I wasn’t really thrilled over the idea of measuring, cutting, and sanding in order to get the right look.

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Enter, my new favorite “cheat” product: Temporary Removable Wallpaper.  In this case, I used Beechwood Peel and Stick Wallpaper from JoAnn Fabrics.

How to update inexpensive furniture with the look of reclaimed wood - no sawing, sanding, or power tools involved! This is such and easy DIY project that comes together in under an hour.

Head on over to Designer Trapped to read my full tutorial on how to easily transform inexpensive furniture.

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