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A Twist on a Barndoor...

I really needed a sliding door for the entry into the laundry. When I was at the local Goodwill I spotted these old kitchen cabinet doors, that they had placed outside. But after some talking to the clerk, he deceided to take them down and sell them to me...
...I took them home and painted them black...
...watching paint dry :)
...I sanded some of the moulding to give it more character...
...and after sticking them together - this was the final result...
...I do love them...
I feel like the look like vintage doors from Paris or something...
...also they match the bench ( see here - another diy http://www.skreytumhus.is/?p=33192) and the tall dresser...
...so please check out my blog for more photos.
If you visit the blog - If you look in the top right corner, you can see flags and there you can change the language to english ;)

Materials I used for this project:

  • Old cabinet doors   (LocalGoodwill)

To see more: http://www.skreytumhus.is/?p=39392

  • Katy Bowss
    Katy Bowss Woodbridge, VA
    on Sep 1, 2016

    I love it. Wow, looks great. Well done and thanks for sharing. :)

  • Linda
    Linda Blackfoot, ID
    on Sep 1, 2016

    Very nice, love the doors. Can you tell me where you got the hardware to hang the doors.

  • Libbie B
    Libbie B Wyoming, MI
    on Sep 3, 2016

    I think this is genius!

  • Jackie I
    Jackie I Phoenix, AZ
    on Sep 3, 2016

    This idea is brilliant! I wish I had somewhere to use it!!

    • Rhonda S
      Rhonda S Andrews, TX
      on Oct 18, 2016

      When we get the changing room in the shop enclosed this is almost certainly what we will do for a door. I hadn't thought of using panels like this, but they would be really nice looking.

  • Mikki Cavallo
    Mikki Cavallo Windsor, CA
    on Sep 3, 2016

    They look amazing!! Great job!

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