knock knock

Who’s there?

Just me…admiring all the door inspiration.

After seeing all the door transformations today, I’m not closing the door on any door decorating possibilities.

Unique Headboard
{photo from Dreamy Whites…you’ll want to check out her site…the inspiration is definitely dreamy and gorgeous.}

Master Bed
{My in-laws make a talented team. My father-in-law and hubby work together at Gregg and Co. Builders and my mother-in-law is a fantastic interior designer. Together they build beautiful, warm and inviting homes. She and Jim built and designed a beautiful rustic ranch-style home several years ago. I have always loved the bed they designed and commissioned for the master bedroom. It was created by fastening aged Russian panel doors to antique wood posts with rusty metal door hardware.}

Dining Table 
{Grace, the creative genius behind the popular Design*Sponge site, was on The Nate Berkus Show to highlight three projects from her new book Design*Sponge at Home. I fell in love with the dining room table made with an old door. I can’t find a good picture of the door from the show; however, Grace has a how-to tutorial from another door-made-table here. You can watch the video from The Nate Bekus Show here.} 

Vintage Table
{I love the vintage vibe with the modern legs on this door-made-table from Content in a Cottage. You can find saw horses to use as table legs for under $20 at Ikea.}

Laundry Doors
{These cool doors were made to hide the washer and dryer. I just adore the details. Stop by Young House Love for more home inspiration.}

Sliding Barn Doors
{Sarah at Northwest Hospitality has the most beautiful home with classy and chic DIY projects. Visit here for more info and helpful tips when installing sliding doors.}

{I love the pop of color this yellow sliding barn door brings to the space.}

Coffee Table
{Sausha at Show and Tell is so talented and created this vintage coffee table from an old door…I have to say I’m impressed. Visit her site to learn how she did it and browse her pieces for sale.}

{I love the white rustic charm of this coffee table made from a reclaimed door.}

Wedding Decor
{Use old doors at your wedding to hang escort cards, in this case horseshoes. Beautiful.}

{images via Dreamy Whites, Young House Love , Northwest Hospitality, Content in a Cottage, Pinterest, Design*Sponge, Gregg and Co. Builders, Show and Tell, Southern Living and Confetti Magazine Broxton Art Photography}


  1. kacey says

    I also love the idea of reinventing old doors, especially as a head board! Happy Friday!

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