Happy almost weekend! I hope your week has been full of family, friends and those you love. Ours most certainly has. I love Summer visits from and with the grandkiddos. It makes me smile A LOT.
Another thing that makes me smile is… Using a Door For a Living Room Accessory. Yep, you read that right. Let me tell you a little bit about my adventure with this door…
I saw this at my local thrift store and for $20, I couldn’t pass it up.
The shapes, the curves were everything I wanted for the
Bathroom. I have a HUGE wall that I wanted to fill up. A door seemed to be just the answer.
After a few months I thought it would be fun to turn it into a Thrifted Door Bathroom Organizer.
It was perfect for us and our lifestyle.
BUT, I never could get used to the baskets. I wanted shelves or something else. I never really could get the feel or look I wanted with the baskets.
So what did I do?
I thought about Using a Door For a Living Room Accessory. Yep, THAT is what I really wanted from the beginning. But I didn’t know how to incorporate it into our living room.
The first thing I did was paint it.
Using Fusion Mineral Paint, I was able to get the look I have been looking for since I first purchased the thrifted door.
The light yellow is called: Buttermilk Cream
And, this green is: Upper Canada Green
The white trim is Casement.
It is a perfect accent to our living room gallery wall.
And the wooden “grate” hanging on the door? It is also a thrift find with an AMAZING story. But, that is for next week…
Using a Door For a Living Room Accessory is creative, fun and a great way to add a focal point of interest to any room.
What do you think? Are you going to be Using a Door For a Living Room Accessory anytime soon?
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