Tuesday, February 7, 2012

I Was Sober

I was totally sober when I approached this project.  I need to clarify before I share this process.

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Original Antique Door

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Random strokes of Emperor’s Red

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Not a drop to drink.

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A couple more random strokes, sanding and some stain.  And the antique door has a new finish.  These make good headboards, can be propped up in an area of a room for some visual interest.  Of course you can use it as a door.

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The door weighs a ton!

Not your thing? Use the other side.

XO-

ShannonSig0

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Shan-We have 2 original wood doors from our home that were taken down when we redid our bathrooms. I've been thinking of making one of them into a kitchen table (will need to be cut down), add legs, refurbished, etc. I'd put a piece of glass on top. Recommendations for doing it-PLEASE?
xo-Ra

tricia @ mash-up chic said...

OMG, so cute, how the heck do you come up with this stuff. GENIUS!
Trish
www.mash-upchic.blogspot.com

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