The Perfect French Door

8:18:00 PM

Sometimes a great find needs no fixing up...



No special paint treatment...



No distressing...


No new hardware...


Just a little space on the wall...


and a little rustic jewelry...


The perfect French door just hung on the wall 
at the top of my stairs.


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8 comments

  1. It really is a great find. I bet it looks so nice as you are going up the stairs!

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  2. Well hmmm.... you know just the right elements to add to stuff to dress them up perfect.

    Bliss

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  3. Sometimes we need to fix our doors because it represents a welcoming entrance to our home.

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  4. The doors do look great "as is" and that wreath - beautiful, perfect on your doors!

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  5. Susan,
    what a great find, the door is lovely just as it is! Sometimes things are wonderful just as they are! Your added decorations are the perfect finishing touch!
    Rebecca

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  6. Wow, love it!!

    Following now :)

    Iris
    http://nkmommy.blogspot.de/

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