Updating the Tiny House Kitchen with Timberchic®

transform your kitchen with real reclaimed wood that's peel and stick

This is a sponsored post by Timberchic®  All opinions are 100% my own.

I’m thrilled to share that Back to Blueberry Hill has teamed up with Timberchic® to bring you this post!

Years ago, many logs en route to lumber yards and paper mills never quite made it to their destination… Instead, they sank to the bottom of the river where they received years of weathering, aging with the most beautiful, rustic patina (yes the kind that we as home decorators dream about!) Now, that gorgeous wood can be incorporated into our décor with an easy to use, peel-and-stick product called Timberchic®. You can read all about how they’re recovering this “forgotten forest” from a river in Northern Maine here.

I was honored to meet the founder of the company, Tom Shafer, in person when he hand-delivered the product to our home.  Guilty of being an Amazoner myself… this really struck a cord with me. It was humbling to actually meet the guy behind it all. These days?  Hand delivery goes a LONG way.  Not to mention he’d trekked over 5 hours to get here.  Through our conversation I learned a bit more of the history behind the product and of how he became founder. His passion for the product was simply inspiring.  I couldn’t wait to get started, so? We packed up the kiddos and headed off to the tiny house.

My partner in crime helped with the install – and thankfully it was extremely easy to use.  With a chop saw he cut the pieces to size and sliced the last (top) layer with an xacto knife. The results? Amazing.  The perfect (reclaimed) rustic addition to our tiny kitchen.  Ready to see?  Let’s check back to where we began…

And today?

Reclaimed peel and stick wood

update your home with real wood peel and stick

We love how this project turned out, and even more, that we’ve added a piece of history to our tiny home.

If this is something you’d like to try in your own home, here’s what you’ll need:

  • Timberchic® – we used the “natural” tone
  • Chop saw (optional)
  • xacto knife
  • level

Stay tuned for a step by step tutorial coming this week!  Thanks for stopping by!

 

 

 

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