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Would you believe I cut this in half? OLD door

Posted by Lindy_B (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 3, 03 at 23:09

This is my favorite door of all time I just remodeled my kitchen and want to get this door in from outside. so I cut in half. I think I want to hang a mirror and bulletine board behind the frame where the window used to be. Should I hang a shelf on it and some hooks too? I might add a porch post on the end to hang pots and pans from.

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RE: Would you believe I cut this in half? OLD door

do you have a better (clear) picture of it? It looks beautiful!


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RE: Would you believe I cut this in half? OLD door

I'm sorry I must be slow today. You cut it in half and want to use the upper part in your kitchen? The curved arches are beautiful and a mirror would look great! Is the door finish distressed looking? (hard to tell from pic)
Ann


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RE: Would you believe I cut this in half? OLD door

Oooohh! That had to be an act of will!! To make yourself cut it in half, that is. What a gorgeous door!


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RE: Would you believe I cut this in half? OLD door

Wow! Great door. I have an old 9 paneled one with dentil trim from our 1900 built home and I did a stained glass-look design on the upper-window portion and now we remodeled and I don't need the door so I am trying to talk my DH into helping me add some shelves and turn it into a planting/potting stand, but he is balking...lol. Ain't creativity grand?

Diana

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