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When visiting a new furniture/accessory/antique store in town, we came across these magnificent antique wood and iron shutters. The design consultant said that they came from Italy...I
could just imagine those amazing shutters flanking a window of a beautiful Italian villa...We did not purchase these shutters on our initial visit...but on the second...you can read about this story here: http://housepitalitydesigns.com/2012/08/28/...
I have a bad, bad habit. I love coming up with home improvement and DIY projects around the house. I love started those projects and jump in head first, gung-ho. And then... I get
frustrated. I run into problems. I run out of time. Such is the case with my front doors. A year and a half ago, I made the decision to paint them and started working on them, but never finished. Thanks to 'encouragement' from my husband and some gorgeous spring weather, I finally buckled down and finished what I started last week. I finally painted the doors in Benjamin Moore's Wythe Blue and got the front of the house finished and ready for spring! #MayProjects#DIY
Barn door hardware is a great way to accent your sliding barn doors. In modern and contemporary finishes, the hardware will complement glass or wood doors for a sleek and sophisticated look. Dayoris specializes in high-end barn door hardware that will be sure to attract attention. We have a wide selection to choose from in our online catalog.
apparently so......I learned this today the hard way. Got laminate floors installed in July, and THEN decided I wanted new interior doors. I love my doors, which were installed today,
BUT, since the floors were installed first, I now have a gap or two where the new frame doesn't cover the flooring. I am posting this for someone questioning which order to do this in. The funny thing is, my coworker and I just had this discussion this summer because she was doing both at the same time.
I now have to call back the flooring installer and hope he can do something for me that doesn't involve pulling up the floor and recutting. (which will not happen as far as I am concerned.) I did go purchase a new threshold and something called Pergo Sealant, which I may have to resort to to fill the gaps.