Quick Tip #27: Old Doors As Tables

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Today we conclude our little Décor Quick Tip series on awesome things to do with old reclaimed doors…

#27  Give an old salvaged door a second life by transforming it into an one-of-a-kind Shabby Chic table. A full size internal or external door can easily serve as a 8-seater dining table. If your door has panelling or moulding, place a sheet of glass on top for a smooth surface to dine on. Smaller or narrower doors like those of old cabinets and armoires can also make for interesting rustic coffee and side tables, or as a beautiful console table in a foyer or hallway… 

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Posted on October 18, 2013, in Decor, DIY, Furniture, Quick Tips, Trends and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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