SNS #36 brings you – old doors

Intro

Welcome to Saturday Nite Special #36!

If you’re new here, join in! There are three categories to link to. Home Decor as well as Crafts, Sewing, Recipes, plus the themed link! Check below for this weekend’s theme.

Party starts Fri night and ends Sunday 11pm pacific, so you have all weekend to join!

I LOVE to highlight inspiring posts during the event on the sidebar, so make sure you check in several times over the weekend. You may be next. 🙂

~ This weekend’s themed link ~


old doors

Old doors are really making their way into the DIY decor world in a big way. The addition of authentic rustic charm is one of their highest pulls.

The little Green bean

One of the most creative and unique uses I’ve ever seen thus far is what Missy from The Little Green Bean did with her old door. It’s now a lovely rustic daybed! I love the one of a kind added detail you see along the exposed edge.

And let’s not overlook the beauty to using an old door for… an old door! Amy from WhisperWood Cottage utilizes a barn flat track for mounting this amazing door, resulting in a gorgeous room feature! Much more than just another closet door, wouldn’t you say?

I only have one old door in my own home which is my bedroom headboard. Sorry I couldn’t get creative with something new this round. I’ve been busy working on my Gitter Done project. It’s a biggish one!

Tuesday July 7!

Will YOU be ready?!?  Read more about the event rules HERE.

Here’s a sneak peek. That was mean wasn’t it? 🙂

Remember to link up your OLD DOOR projects in the 3rd themed linkup below. Can’t wait to see what you bring this weekend!

~ Upcoming themed linkups ~


garden features/art

drawers

rust

curb appeal

There! Now you can plan some projects so you can join in easier! I’ll post them in the order you see here.

What other themes would you like to see on SNS? Let me know in comments! 

 ~ SNS blah blah linkup rules ~

1. Please link up your intended post, NOT your blog homepage url. (post, then click the title of your post, cut and paste that url)

2. Please put a link in your post that leads back to the party so others can see what’s up! (scroll button on sidebar if you wish)

 3. This party is geared for DIY type projects we can all attempt to make ourselves. Items for sale may be linked up IF your entry is posted on your blog and in tutorial style (unless making the item is self explanatory).

5. For Home Decor and Crafts, Sewing, Cooking, please link projects up that are new to SNS and within 1 month old. The 3rd weekly themed link may have older posts and not brand new to SNS.

If you can’t decide which category to enter yours in, please just pick ONE and go with it. It’s all good!

Happy summer!

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  1. Now that daybed is just too neat…what an awesome look she has going on there! Thanks so much for hosting the party…I would love to have you come by and enter my COASTAL GIVEAWAY:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

  2. I saw some doors propped up in a yard the other day on a blog. The top part was cut out and a flower basket was hanging in them. They looked so fabulous just standing there in the yard. She also had an iron bed flower bed, but it was the doors that were so great.

    I think it was Confessions of a Curb Shopaholic, but I’m not sure. Anybody know?

  3. A few things here. . .first, LOVE old doors! LOVE THEM! Second, I have added your link party to my Linky Love Library page. Third, LOVE your blog! I am your newest follower!

    ~Lori@live,laugh,love,create

    PS-Thanks for hosting!!!

  4. Thank you for hosting another awesome party. I always discover new ideas and such creative people at these parties! Pam @ Sallygoodin

  5. OHH this is one of my favorite posts of yours out of a million favorite posts! I ADORE all 3 you featured! SIGH… CAN’T wait to see what everyone links up! I have an antique french door on my pantry but I don’t know if I ever posted about it…Hmmmm I’ll have to look!

  6. Love your blog and those old doors! Your bedroom is darling. Thanks so much for hosting the parties. Looks like I’ll be a regular around here. Tons of creative people linking up!

    Jami

  7. My husbands grandmother was replacing her old screen door with a new one and man fid I want that old door. BAD! I saw it being installed in my pantry. The difficult lay in transporting it to AZ from Florida. 🙁

  8. Well, what a fortunate thing! I jut scored big time on about 10 antique doors (over 100 year old) at a yard sale. An guess how much I paid for all of them? $20. Robery, I tell you. We’re picking them up tomorrow, so I’ll have to link it up then.

  9. I’ve had so much fun looking through many of the links posted and these amazing door projects that I almost forgot to comment! I can’t decide which door feature I like best but I think the window seat and the sliding door really stuck in my mind…I love both those ideas! What a fun place to visit on Saturday night! Thank you so much for hosting!

    Nancy @ Nancy’s Daily Dish

  10. Donna,
    Thanks for putting my ladder barstools in your sidebar! I’m so excited!
    I got around to staining the tops yesterday, and they look so much better now. I’m going to try to post about the bar next, it’s not quite done, but it belongs in your door category!Hope I can get it in before you close it out…

  11. sheesch! do you ladies EVER sleep? I am pooped out! just when I take a breather (went to the beach for the wkend) it’s old doors! I finally had something to post, but, I’m too late! cheers ladies, lots of fine work goin’ on here! Can I rustle up a few dozen of you to meet me at our new house, say, July 7th? You have postings for weeks and weeks ! meet me there!
    Thanks Donna, for keepin; us all on our toes! 🙂 denise

  12. Those are fantastic! Where do you get the materials for the projects? And more importantly, where do you pick up your ideas?! You should post some tips and ideas people could work on regarding reusing old materials.