But this got me thinking about other ways I could dress up my doors.
I mean, if black paint makes doors look more expensive and custom, imagine what some molding, wall paper, and stencils would do! So today I’ve rounded up a bunch of awesome ideas to dress up interior doors and make them something special!
And I go with him because it's just a great opportunity to spend time together, travel, read books (a passion I totally forget I have unless I'm stranded in a car), stay in a comfy hotel room, and eat multiple breakfasts at Cracker Barrel.
I was running my first business at the time (finding new and used clothing at thrift stores and then selling it on e Bay) and there was always just junk everywhere.
I prefer the look of flat and simple, shaker style doors.During my thousands of trips to the thrift store to find clothing for my e Bay store, I began to come across stuff for our house.We didn't have any money at the time, and our house was nearly empty, so I started repurposing stuff.If you can't find knobs you like at your hardware store or home center, check out In many cases, louvered doors are installed merely as the default option (they were all the lumberyard had in stock), not because airflow through the closet is important.