My next hurdle is to figure out the best time to take pictures. I leave for work and arrive home in the dark. Hmm…
Two of my children have taken photography classes in school. Hmm again…it might be time to hire some child labor.
Anyway…I’m so glad that you put up with my rambling. I know you’re sitting there wondering, “isn’t the title of the posts “Trash to Treasure”? Where’s the treasure??
Okay, okay. I’ll get to it.
So…the theme of my 2013 Home Goals is to add more function and character to my built in 2000 tract home. One of the best ways to do that is to add architectural pieces and old elements from the homes of our pasts.
Like old doors, for example.
I’ve heard that some people have that problem. Ahem.
This door turned chalkboard would be an insanely cool and rustic way to welcome your guests in a foyer. And I’m not just saying that because I know insane. if ya know what I mean…
I used a door for a headboard in our master bedroom, but it’s not old. The only history behind this door is that it spent time dividing our mudroom from the rest of the house until it got in the way so we took it down, painted it, and hung it on the wall in the bedroom. That’s just not the same, is it?
Let’s talk. Any owners of newer homes out there with ideas to add some character and history?
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