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Old doors seem to always find their way to my shop. This one has been here for a while and has just now told me what it wanted to be in its next life. This is the second attempt as the original design had a heavy skirt that the legs attached to. I like the simplicity of this design with the hinges a
If you, like me have no furniture, you can make your own cheaply by using your imagination. The local recycling center has many items in their shop section. I made this table for $1.50 AU. There were so many things to choose from, so you can use anything that appeals to you. I wanted a V8 car's alum
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Making a desk out of a repurposed door is a great and fun project. Muir Hughes with shows you how to take an ordinary door and transform it into a unique and striking office piece. Comment below and tell us what things you have repurposed in your home. Check out more of our Design Ideas by going to
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I decided I'd take a shot at upcycling an old door into a matching coffee and end table cuz what the hell, ya know? Seemed like a fun project to tackle and turned out to be pretty cool. I'm pretty happy with the final result. What do you guys think? FOLLOW THE BLOG: SUBSCRIBE: WATCH MORE MR. FIX IT:
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Today we're going to show you how to make a coffee table from and old door. This unique table is sure to be a conversation piece when guests come to visit! Wood Table Legs: You can find this and many other projects on ShabbyDIY.comSubscribe for a new video released on the 1st! Blog: Facebook: Google
Recycled old door turned into coffee me know what yall think
When I'm not making dresses, I love a good DIY weekend project like my "new" eco-chic coffee table! Another great way to re-use something that already exists in the world. This project is simple and can easily be finished in a weekend. You can see a quick video right here on bunnyjacksontv
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Mike Whiteside and Robert Kulp of DIY Network's "Salvage Dawgs" show you how to rescue an old wood door and turn it into a beautiful coffee table
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