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  1. ooh i have two doors and am trying to decide what i will do- what are your plans??? i was thinking chalkboards, but i would love if you have more novel ideas! 😉

  2. Dana Moran says:

    Those are calling headboard and chalkboard!

  3. I can't wait to see what you do with them. I really love seeing a door propped against a wall with artwork or a wreath hanging from it. I can't keep them in my booth.
    Have fun figuring it out!

  4. I love old doors, I find very few of them here in Florida, but I did find one in a neighbors remodeling trash, but it had been cut in half. I still brought it home, and want to make a side table out of it. Will be checking to see what you do with yours.

  5. Kim says:

    I love the chalkboard idea but what about adding some towel holders and using in a larger bathroom to hang towels from? We saw an idea in a local store that added wood slats to hold photos or cards, pieces of childrens artwork.

  6. What fabulous doors–I love that you are stripping them down to discover the bare wood!
    To ME, they are the most perfect simplistic design to layer between the wall and an old iron headboard. And then to hang on its face–a picture, a wreath, a swing-arm lamp. . . ??? Maybe a fabulous old decorative header on the wall above the doors–or at the TOP of the doors. . . !!
    –just my romantic imagination on the loose again,

  7. Tera Leigh says:

    Would love to know what you use as a green stripper!

  8. knack says:

    oh, I just have the hugest soft spot for old doors! Beautiful find!


  9. You mean you did not want to keep the rainbow doors!?

  10. Hi I'm one of your new followers! Found your blog via Eccentric Leopard on the Blog Hop. I love old doors and can't wait to see what you do with them. I was thinking stacking them one above the other length-wise and creating a headboard. Or even above the couch and using the indents as shadow boxes with candle holders in between. Would look great on a country porch! : )

  11. these are awesome! I love the three recessed boxes. You could hang it horizontal on the wall and do chalkboard and cork board in the boxes! I'm a new follower!

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