Entrance Furniture, Storage for Shoes, Mirror, Console and Coat Rack.

22 Materials
$18
1 Week
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Hello everyone, I hope you have been well inspired! For me, shoes are not part of my favorite sources of inspiration. But I took the opportunity to create a multi-function entrance furniture to hide them. Here it is:
Project using an old door, crates, a wine crate and some wood with some toppings.
Seeing things from another angle, a vintage door, crates, a wine crate and wood with a few fillings, can become a bohemian, unique and colorful entrance furniture to hide your shoes and use as a mirror, console and coat rack in addition, which has been painted, patinated, varnished and trimmed trim, according to the techniques of real upcycled ecological craftsmanship.
I found a vintage door that I immediately saw the potential, especially in the horizontal strips of carved wood and I cut with a jigsaw, a protrusion to be able to insert the shelf of the console later.I then gathered all my wooden elements: the door, the triangular door top with a hole in the center to hang a led light, the rounded console and reinforcements that I saw to measure, two crates and awine box.I put some wood pulp or it was necessary, let it dry and sand with sanding paperI sanded every wooden elementI made my chalk paint recipe from my turquoise acrylic, baking soda and a little water and painted each element in this basic color.
To continue the painting, I played with various colors, a sponge, sandpaper so as to add patina of gilding until the result suits me, then I sprinkled the carved places of glitter and varnish all that has been painted.
To continue the painting, I played with various colors, a sponge, sandpaper so as to add patina of gilding until the result suits me, then I sprinkled the carved places of glitter and varnish all that has been painted.
I then pierced and screwed the three crates to my door and she stood up.
I took care to cover my rounded tablet with a colorful pattern, (I stuck a reminder of this pattern at the top of the door),
I inserted it into the slot sawed earlier in my door, I Put putty on it, and I glued to the wood glue,
drilled and screwed the support at 45 ° between the table and the door
I had a mirror cut in the format of the first rectangle of the door that I attached to the wood glue

I screwed two ceramic clothes hooks on the sides of the door
and I ended up adorning various varnish-glue images of my three shoe trays and then varnish them
and I fixed a ribbon at the edge of the console
Entrance furniture, coat hook, storage and decoration, door hijacking,
- Kitsch, bohemian, gypsy
- Perfect in an entered
- Hijacking, handmade, ecological craft

DIMENSIONS:
-width: 40 cm - depth: 30 cm - height: 170 cm

Suggested materials:

  • Vintage door
  • Crates
  • Wine crate
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  • Made in paraDIY Made in paraDIY on Aug 21, 2018

    Thank you all for those comments that encourage creativity and sharing, to those who save my projectI am very grateful!

  • Clergylady Clergylady on Aug 23, 2018

    Hmmm a door and old kitchen drawers I took to keep them out of the trash. Could work beautifully. Thanks for the inspiration.

    • Made in paraDIY Made in paraDIY on Aug 24, 2018

      Good idea, it could work with any wood box: wine or fruits crates, old drawers, ... Thesre are more ideas in two heads rather than in only one!

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