Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Re Love Of Old Armoire Doors

Hope your week is starting out to be a good one.

You know me and doors I have never been able to pass by one that had history and character to it.

Well I guess the same goes for not being able to get rid of a door or two either.

Remember these doors on the Armoire:


After remaking this armoire into a smaller one.  I had these two doors left.  I cannot let go of doors so I thought hmmmm how can I re love these into something new.

Ok and remember this old door hanging over my guest room bed.  Hmmmmm......
This was the headboard Terry made for our master bedroom awhile back out of three old doors we had.  I loved this one so much that I thought the guest room needed a unique headboard too.

Well Terry worked his magic and married the two armoire doors with this smaller chippy door to make a new headboard for the guest room.



The doors fit perfectly together to make a great new headboard.


Yep! Three doors re loved into a new guest room headboard.


This guest room cottage sign is getting a new spot and I am working on some other changes to the guest room and hope to show you those soon.

Have a wonderful start to the new week.
I always appreciate your visits.
Kris
:)

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67 comments:

  1. Absolutely gorgeous! I adore that sign too!!!

    Have a great day Kris!

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  2. Kris, You and Terry have once again made an awesome piece of furniture. I love the guest room's new headboard. I knew there was no way you were getting rid of those doors. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  3. I'm always amazed!!! This looks so beautiful Kris! I love it!!!

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  4. You and your doors, you always have a great idea for using them. Love the new headboard and the guest sign :)

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  5. Oh Kris, another creation of perfection. Just stunning. Your hubby is one talented man. Hang on to that one, or send him my way! ;) x J

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  6. always just SO stunning...sigh! happy day to you dear K! ;)

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  7. Just Beautiful.... with love Janice

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  8. Hahaha, I have been patiently awaiting the reluv of those two doors. I knew they would end up some where fabulous!
    Happy week!

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  9. Kris, I just love that you have a vision, and Terry carries it out! The headboard looks wonderful-love that guest room! :)
    Susan

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  10. Kris,
    And there they are looking charming! An opportunity of serendipity ... now a headboard of sweet dreams.
    Terry is one terrific guy!
    XO,
    Vera

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  11. Terry is a magician! Just love this new/old headboard. I think my hubby needs to take a class from Terry some day....hee hee.

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  12. Oh wow! Thumbs up to the two of you for your amazing imagination and carpentry skills. Love this look!!

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  13. I love that look! I do not have any old doors. (boo hoo). I need to be on the lookout for at least one. I love that look. You've got a great husband to take the time to make those headboards for you (and your new tv cabinet).

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  14. This is a wonderful idea and a great look! I love seeing what you two come up with!

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  15. That looks great, esp. like the crown molding to join it all!!!!

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  16. Love the new headboard!! The doors were perfect for that.
    ~Cindy

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  17. I just knew you would come up with something beautiful using those leftover doors!

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  18. Well, that deserves another batch or two of cookies. Fantastic, Kris & Terry!

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  19. Kris,
    Please tell Terry...the new headboard looks outstanding! Thanks so much for sharing at my Show and Share party.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  20. That sign need to be changed to "Tina's Cottage". I'm coming over.
    I am feeling some husband envy here...it looks mah-va-lous!

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  21. I'm going to have to get on my knees and repent for coveting!!! Seriously!!! I LOVE all those door headboards you've got goin' on there, girl!! Beeeautiful! Now STOP! or I can't come here no more!!!!!!!
    Love ya.
    Debbie
    xoxo

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  22. Now that I am home from Kauai, I think I will start saving or a ticket to Illinois to drop in on you just to stay in that lovely guest room.

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  23. Absolute perfection Kris - my God you're incredible girl !!!
    xoxo

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  24. That is really beautiful. He is talented. Did you make that precious cross pillow? Ooooh, I love that!

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  25. Well, Kris, when you and your hubby retire, you've got the makings of a cottage business already! Great idea and and craftsmanship, too! Your guest bed looks gorgeous!

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  26. Just Great as always, Kris! You are so very blessed to have your Mr. JCC! Glad he's healthy and doing well again! Love all of your door 're-loves'!

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  27. IT looks stunning .. love it! take care, maryann

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  28. Hi Kris! Love love love the new guest room headboard! Very very cool. Amazing how we become attracted to something like doors and we can't get enough of them! lol Have a fabulous week!! Blessings, Edie Marie

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  29. You never lose your creativeness and Terry never loses his energy! You are a fantastic team and I just love this!! You rock! Can't wait to see your other ideas! :)

    Jane xx

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  30. You always amaze me...ohhh...just gorgoeus! I've never thought these three would have be transformed in a such beautiful headboard!
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  31. What a great idea....LOVE IT!!!!
    ~Des

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  32. It looks fabulous, Kris. I wouldn't have expected anything less from the JCC team though :).
    Julia

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  33. Wow and Wow again! I absolutely LOVE the new headboard. It's amazing that they fit perfectly together! Can't wait to see more!

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  34. I thought I would let you know that one of the reasons I love your blog so much is because the writing is a nice big size and the photos so clear and large. My older eyes can really see and appreciate all the hard work and creativity you and your DH do. I fee you do it for us as much as yourselves. I get so excited when I see a new post, really makes my day sing.
    Thanks to both of you.
    *Smiles*

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  35. Looks wonderful! We have some old doors; this may be inspiration for our teen;s new room redo. Linda

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  36. I love the door headboard!! I could picture my old beaded and vintage purses hanging on hooks on it!!!

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  37. Oh my gosh, Kris - you two are AMAZING!

    That is absolutely awesome work, love love love love love it.

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  38. I love it Kris! What a joy to have hubby's who can make our dreams come to life....I was at the Habitat Restore today.. We purchased several doors...So many possibilities.. Love your Headboard.. so beautiful! Blessings!

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  39. LOVE it! Pinning and sharing on my Facebook page.

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  40. Oh I knew you would come up with a great place to use those armoire doors...and leave it up to Terry to make it happen...the "headboard" is just beautiful...what a great statement it makes in the room!

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  41. wow and wow again!!!! it looks fabulous!!!!! angie from germany

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  42. Hi Kris, gorgeous headboard!! Love it!! Your hubby did a grand job and it looks perfect. What a lovely room.
    Hugs

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  43. Beautiful headboard. I want this bedroom!!

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  44. Wow, Kris, you couldn't have found a better, or more beautiful use, for those gorgeous doors. What character you have added to your pretty rooms. Love it and a big 'well done' to Terry Happy Thursday..Judy

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  45. Hi beautiful,
    I have a thing for doors as well, yet not enough room for them, but while they collect in the garage I keep thinking something will pop up that I will want them for... A head board could work, or perhaps a whole day bed made from doors :)

    Kris, your guy did a fabulous job on the end results of your doors, and the whole room welcomed them.
    Your rooms look amazing.

    I am off to paint cabinets :)

    Xx
    Dore

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  46. Incredible! What a fabulous idea!!
    Jennelise

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  47. Absolutely gorgeous! I'd like to invite you to share it at my Twirl & Take a Bow Linky Party! http://www.houseontheway.com/twirl-take-bow-party-103/ We'd love to have you!
    Leslie
    House on the Way

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  48. Magical hubby indeed Kris! Love the trio of doors headboard. I have a single one in our guest room down stairs hanging like your original one. HMMM, maybe I need to find two more. lol! I will tell you that I love your cottage sign and would like to make one sometime to put in that room. When my occupants move out, that is. Hee-hee! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  49. You do the cutest things with doors! I love the use of doors in decorating--now if I could just find the perfect one!

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  50. I just brought home a wonderful old shabby door the other day. Right now, just using it as background for my website items. It's always fun to pop over here and see what you are up to Kris. xoxo Have a happy weekend

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  51. Hi Kris! I am a bit behind in blog reading but have all of your posts in my email and promise to read each one! I never miss one even if it does take me a while to catch up! I love how the doors turned out as a headboard! So pretty! In fact, your guest room is so inviting and gorgeous! Love all the ruffles and the pillows - I could just curl up for hours! Thanks for sharing another great project that you and Terry made! Hugs, Leena

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  52. I too love old doors Kris and you have some great ones!

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  53. Oh my goodness!!! I sooo love this! I'm going to share it on this coming weeks Twirl and Take a Bow! Thank you so much for sharing xo

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  54. I love what you did with those old doors Kris! You are so clever and such a good think outside the box decorator. Looks beautiful. Have a great weekend. I hope this comment comes through..I have had a lot of kick backs lately.

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  55. I really like both of them. So unique and so inviting. You did great

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  56. Kris, between your creativity and his brawn, the world is your oyster!
    Gorgeous as always, I'll be back to see what you are up to, because you are always up to something!
    (and it's always wonderful!!!)
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  57. Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!! Pinning and sharing...love the whole space!! XO

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  58. Just beautiful! My daughter and I wondered where you found the bedding. It is what she has been looking for:)

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  59. Terry is so talented! This looks fabulous! Hugs, Leena

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  60. Such a beautiful and unique headboard Kris. I absolutely adore it and felt I must feature it at Shabbilicious Friday tomorrow. I know you were featured last week... but I honestly didn't want anyone to miss this.
    Hugs ~ Kerryanne

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  61. You and Terry make a fabulous team...it is just beautiful! I'd love to feature your headboard at Revisionary Life tonight, too. :) Thanks for sharing, Kris.

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