Monday, January 21, 2013

Re-Purpose a Door into a Hall Tree & More


Well it seems my obsession with doors continues.  I have had this door for almost a year and finally got around to doing something with it.  



I started with a door that was missing the middle panel.  (I forgot to take the before photo until after adding the crown) With a little crown, bead board and a shelf I think she cleaned up really nice.  Perfect for a small entryway. 



The Oil Rubbed Bronze hooks are from Lowes. 



The decorative half "legs" were found at a salvage store awhile back.  They worked perfect for this project.  

Now for the more part.

The other day I was chatting with my friend Katie of Creatively Living Outside the Box and she mentioned she was working on a door project as well.  We thought it would be fun to share our projects together.  If you haven't discovered Katie's blog yet you are in for a treat.  Her blog is all about home renovations, decorating and her love for turning what most would see as trash into a treasure.  She is crazy creative and can turn anything into beautiful decor for her home.  



Here's what Katie came up with.


She also started with a single panel style door.



I love how her Chalkboard turned out!  Since I know we all love a good door re-purpose here's a few more of Katie's fabulous projects.  Click the title link to be taken to the posts.





Hop on over and check out Katie's blog and tell her I said Hi!  




Want even more door projects? 
Oh and this one Trumeau Mirror or Whatever You Wanna Call it I didn't use a door I used plywood but you could use an old door just as easily.



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9 comments:

  1. Lovely idea!!! and one I might steal! LOL

    Cheryl @ The Creative Me and My McG

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  2. Great job Mimi! I love the way this one turned out!

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  3. Ohhh I really like that hall tree. Sometimes they are too big for me but that one has such a lovely simplistic feel to it. Nice, really nice.

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  4. What a beautiful hall tree-you did a fantastic job with it.
    Have a good week.

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  5. Your door makeover is amazing. I love the color you picked out too. Katie had a great idea with the calkboard. Both of these ideas are going on my list for when and if I ever come across a lonely door.

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  6. LOVE this project Mimi! sooo cute. I love old doors. I picked up one from my daughter jamie over the weekend, but not as sweet as your door. super job girl!
    gail

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  8. What a great upcycle! Turned out terrific!

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