1 TV Stand, 3 Ways
See how one of our designers jazzed up a TV stand for three different spots of the house -- in an entryway, as a buffet, and as a bar.
[MUSIC] Thanks, Eddie. You couldn't be more right about the versatility of the Better Homes and Garden's Crossmill Collection. Tonight I'm gonna show you three ways to use one of the collection's TV stands in rooms you may not have thought about. So we're gonna start in the front of the house at the entryway. And I've got a few projects to show you. It's always fun to have a little welcome sign for your guests. This is simple. It's just a picture frame with one of your printouts. You can change them out for different colors for the season. Now, in our house, we really like to have a little seasonal aroma as guests come in the front door. So our Better Homes and Gardens scented jar candles are perfect for that. We've got lots of scents for both harvest and holiday time. Then you just pop them in one of our decorative sleeves and you're done. For our next item Idea, we're now in the dining room with the exact same TV stand that we showed you in the entryway, but now we're using it as a buffet. Always have a large stack of plates. It stops you from having to run to the kitchen to get more. [MUSIC] Simple grab and go utensil packets are easy to do, just wrap your napkin around your silverware and tie them with a bow. I love the project of printing out a custom menu and putting it in a picture frame. Cake stands are so versatile. You can also use them for appetizers, and they're also great for when you're setting up your buffet. It helps to vary the heights of all the food that you're serving. Finally, the most fun way to use the cross mill TV stand. And you know how I love extra storage. Again, there's plenty here in the bar for all of your extra bar tools and glassware. I hope some few things to get the most out of your furniture. And, if there's extra storage, that's a bonus. [MUSIC]