Mini Chalkboard Door

6:00:00 AM


That old piano I found had so many awesome pieces...

This piece was my next project...



I'm pretty sure this was the bottom front of the piano, 
just above the floor peddles. 

Standing on it's side like this it looked like a door...

Not just any door but a chalk board door...


A coat of chalk board paint inside the trim molding...

I repainted a vintage handle with a matching zinc key and 
keyhole under the knob... 

This piece is a vintage drawer pull without the handle

matching key and keyhole added

The chalk board piece is the perfect size for the small wall in
the front entry of my home...




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7 comments

  1. Looks great Susan! I especially love the drawer pull without the handle!

    Cheryl @ The Creative Me and My McG

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  2. Another great project! That piano piece was perfect for a chalkboard. Love the extras you added on.
    Jane

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  3. Great piece! Love the "bling" you've added.

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  4. love it susan! I agree with korrie about the fabulous bling!

    I love anything and everything chalkboard, but you already know that!
    gail

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  5. So cute, love the detail, yup love that chalkboard.

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  6. Perfect repurpose...love the added detail of the lock and key :)

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  7. I was wondering when we'd see the next part of that piano!
    Nice!
    -breida

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