Shutter Closet Door Panel Divider

January 11th, 2009 in member junk     
Redesigned Redesigned, member
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View from front door entry
View from family room
View from front door entry

View from front door entry


These are three seperate and different shutter closet door panels that I hinged together to make a tri-fold screen.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, wood, cottage, furniture, white, entry

Comments (13)

Redesigned writes: Thanks for all your wonderful comments, I actually purchased these from you, Georgia Moon!! They were out in the back of your lot and we dug them out one rainy day last winter...do you remember? And thanks to Jenny K for inspiring me to discover and join this website, I can't wait to post more and browse through everyone's "junk." I am a weekend junker due that darn consuming full time job!! Posted: 10:23 pm on January 14th
Meadowview_Farm writes: Such clean lines - very fresh and very inviting....You simply must post more close ups of the other parts of the fabulous space!
Kari Posted: 6:40 pm on January 14th
georgiamoon writes: What I like about the whole picture is that it looks like a newer construction home and sometimes it is hard to incorporate the older things into it, but you have done a great job with that, and added some architectural elements into a house that usually doesn't have them. Really nice way to cozy-up an open floor plan with high ceilings. Georgia Posted: 2:12 pm on January 14th
shabbychick writes: I love your re-use of the doors as a room divider, and the hanging windows look great too. Your red accents really complete the look and give just the right amount of color!

And the hutch (?) in the dining rooms looks to be filled with lots of white - pottery??? (one of my favorite things!).

Looking forward to more pics - thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 10:25 am on January 13th
CottageElements writes: Great room separater. Love the hanging windows, too! Would love to see close-ups of the large shelving unit in the back. Thanks for sharing!

Lani Posted: 11:39 pm on January 12th
FunktionalJunk writes: I love this idea and love what I can see of the rest of your space. The suspended windows are awesome! I'm like the others...I'd love to see more pictures of your dining area and other spaces in your home! From what I can see it looks like something in a magazine! You should be proud!

Leah Posted: 3:22 pm on January 12th
suewhitney writes: Fabulous way to divide an open space. Love the suspended windows too! Thanks for sharing.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 11:42 am on January 12th
JUNKFORFUN writes: THE HANGING WINDOWS ARE MY FAVORITE PART. THEY REALLY DO MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE AS FAR AS DEFINING THE SPACE. Posted: 10:39 am on January 12th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Hi Redesigned,
I'm glad you took the plunge to post your solution to an open floor plan with all of us. It looks like your pieces make your home look really cozy which I love.

We'd love you to share more!
Take care,
Candy
Posted: 8:44 am on January 12th
texasjunkermom writes: Very cute idea! You have a good eye for details. Tell us more about the dining area--we need to see pictures! What is above the entry way going horizontally? It looks like a louvered shutter, maybe? Very cute house. Post more projects, really. Posted: 9:52 pm on January 11th
Redesigned writes: It's great to have an open floor plan, but I have defined some of the space i.e. the windows in the dining room area, as well as the divider in the entry.

Thanks for your feedback, this is my first time posting! Posted: 7:48 pm on January 11th
plumberdaughter writes: Love it! What a great way to have a defined entry space and not walk right into the family room. I love the old window's hanging from the ceiling. Posted: 7:43 pm on January 11th
junkermidge writes: What a great way to create some separation in an open space. And I never would have noticed the door difference if you hadn't pointed it out. Nice job on the screen!
Midge Posted: 7:40 pm on January 11th
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