Door Becomes Twin Headboard

July 6th, 2009 in member junk     
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A FREE garage sale door was the inspiration for a twin headboard. The upper part of the door had a square glass, that was removed and a 2 x 6 was added to each side for width. The joint caused by the 2 x 6's being added were covered with small decorative wood trim. The door was turned upside down, so the bottom became the top.  A wood scroll piece was added in the upper center. Crown molding and a top board capped off the top. I then painted it white, stained it and then dry brushed it white again. The knob and backplate were put back on and the metal bedframe was bolted to the sides.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, white, bedroom, shabby chic, Bed, Wood door, molding

Comments (9)

new2nc69 writes: LOVE LOVE LOVE this! Awesome job! And I agree, this would be mucho expensive if you bought it in a boutique! Brilliant....& inspiring. Posted: 11:57 am on July 10th
JunkArchitect writes:
If you had purchased this in a store you probably would have spent a thousand bucks...great job!

Jim
Posted: 10:13 pm on July 7th
oldnews writes: Beautiful! Who wouldn't love to sleep here! Can't believe you got the door for nothing! What a score!! Marie Posted: 7:34 am on July 7th
CottageElements writes: You did a great job on the headboard--love it!

Lani Posted: 12:29 am on July 7th
alicemom writes: I love old doors too! I have one waiting to "grow up" to be a potting bench! You did such a fantasic job and the pictures are spot on with effects!
smiles, alice
http://yesteryearsjewels.blogspot.com/ Posted: 9:02 pm on July 6th
suewhitney writes: Awesome...great craftsmanship! Love the beautiful, crisp cottage look. Look at you go with the special effects with you images. Nice!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 8:28 pm on July 6th
monakent writes: Cool as can be. gailmarie Posted: 4:25 pm on July 6th
SHABBYPATTY writes: LOVE IT, LOVE IT! Posted: 4:02 pm on July 6th
RustyDiva writes: Great re-do! I just love old doors. There are so many uses for them. I have a king size headboard project waiting in the wings. Thanks for sharing. Posted: 3:24 pm on July 6th
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