Pantry Door

January 3rd, 2010 in member junk     
BijouBytheBay BijouBytheBay, member
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I was so over that plain ugly pantry door so I decided to spruce it up a bit.  I painted the paint directly on door.  I purchaed a library panel frame (hangs head in shame that I haven't mastered the miter saw) and mounted on top.  I then added some frou frou la accents pieces to jazz it up.  I finished up by painting "Market List" on the top of the chalkboard.  Now the once ugly door has been transformed into something useful, not to mention better looking


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, white, kitchen, black, traditional, paint, chalk board, pantry door

Comments (9)

artteachergirl writes: Woohoo! I did something like this to my laundry room door, but I painted the entire door with chalkboard...yours is much fancier, but I will embellish mine now that I have seen yours...great job! Posted: 12:51 am on February 18th
shabbychick writes: Another great project! I love how you transformed the door - and a chalkboard is so useful!

Thanks for sharing.

Kathy Posted: 11:23 pm on January 5th
RustyDiva writes: Very pretty! Posted: 11:13 am on January 4th
alicemom writes: LOVE THE ADDED DETAILS. LOOKS GREAT.
SMILES, ALICE Posted: 7:57 pm on January 3rd
chippingcharm writes: Looks great...fun details! Laurel Posted: 3:41 pm on January 3rd
MakinItHappen writes: Very nice!!! Posted: 1:35 pm on January 3rd
monakent writes: Love what you did to the door!!! gailmarie Posted: 1:29 pm on January 3rd
oldnews writes: This is SO cool! What I wouldn't give for a pantry let alone a fabulous door like this!! I just this weekend braved the mitre saw myself! It was MUCH easier than I thought! Just get some practice pieces and jump in! Marie Posted: 11:01 am on January 3rd
suewhitney writes: Very nice looking and useful to boot. That's a twofer! No need to hang your head in shame about the mitre saw. I have a wee bit of trouble with those things myself! Maybe we can master it together in 2010. Ah hahaha!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 10:43 am on January 3rd
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