Western Decor Room Divider

August 31st, 2011 in member junk     
BillyJo BillyJo, member
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The whole unit was made to separate a big basement and make 2 rooms.  A bedroom and a great room.  The french doors still had the plastic on them.  We left it on, It kinda looked like old glass and paint build up.   She plans to put curtains on the reverse side.  And will be able to hang pictures etc.
The lamps are from electric lights for my friends house.  They replaced.  I repurposed.  I took the electric out and inside the globe I put vintage insulators upside down.  Inside the insulator I put tea lights.,  The stand was a antique stand missing the doors.  On the side I placed a magazine rack.  The brass from a shelf I found at a tag sale.  The mirror was hers she had laying around.  This is the side that is against the wall
This side was made with an end table, footboard, and part of a 2nd endtable.  the fancy back was a collector spoon display .  The horse tack they had on their garage sale.
Thanks to Rachel Knoblich for selling me this door last year!.  It was the launching part and the anchor to the whole project.  It was a vintage door with a beveled glass mirror.  Perfect for the wild west.
 
The whole unit was made to separate a big basement and make 2 rooms.  A bedroom and a great room.  The french doors still had the plastic on them.  We left it on, It kinda looked like old glass and paint build up.   She plans to put curtains on the reverse side.  And will be able to hang pictures etc.

The whole unit was made to separate a big basement and make 2 rooms. A bedroom and a great room. The french doors still had the plastic on them. We left it on, It kinda looked like old glass and paint build up. She plans to put curtains on the reverse side. And will be able to hang pictures etc.


I'm back. If you remember last season I made a few hall trees. Well this year I was asked to make a room divider. These folks are genuine cowgirls and a retired rodeo clown. It was a team effort for the knick knacks. I had this idea for a hall tree I wanted to do western style. The great thing is I had most of the stuff in my scrap pile. I had 120 inches to cover. They had fun seeing the progress and helping with the posiblities. I still was able to finish with the end result a secret. I love using Doors and try to use them when ever I can. These folks have more projects for me to do. And all western style. I loving it.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, metal, wood, furniture, living room, brown, office, historical, turquoise, paint

Comments (3)

suziart writes: this is too fabulous!!!! bravo!!! Posted: 1:44 pm on December 3rd
LloydsLandingofSears writes: WOW!!! This divider is something I'd expect to see in a decorating place trying to sell the furniture! Love it! Great idea, and it could apply to any theme... ~Mary~ Posted: 7:05 pm on June 11th
gadgetsponge writes: Fantastic originality. You're very creative! Posted: 7:53 am on September 1st
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