Party Junk 205 – Upcycled Old Door Projects

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Upcycled old doors can add charming character to most anything instantly. And in most cases, using an old door doesn’t even require building a thing. Here are some beautiful ideas…

Old door plate wall display by Knick of Time, featured on 

Old door plate display – Knick of Time

Plates on a wall suddenly take centre stage when backed with an old panelled door. Isn’t this feature cool?

Old door reclaimed fence by Diana Wearing featured on 

Diana’s own Facebook Page –  Diana’s DIY Den
No need to stare at a boring backyard fence when you can cover it up with salvaged old doors. What a fantastic eye grab!

Vintage old door outdoor beverage station by Finding Home featured on

Upcycled vintage door bar beverage station – Finding Home

Thirsty? Find an old chippy door to make your own beverage station. This could also be used for a potting bench, book shelf… the sky’s the limit.

Old door wall feature by HomewardFOUND Decor featured on

Old door wall decor – HomewardFOUND Decor

Beautifully romantic, this old door left untouched makes for one stunning character filled wall feature.Add a few hooks and it becomes anything you wish it to be.

Door entry table or hall tree, by AKA Design, featured on 

Old door entry table or hall tree- AKA Design

An old door teamed with a little table painted out the same tone gives you one beautiful focal point that’s also useful! Hang a small mirror and hooks and it becomes a full blown hall tree.

Old door outdoor privacy screen for the yard, by Not JUST A Housewife, featured on

 Outdoor old door privacy screen – Not JUST A Housewife

Create a privacy screen in any part of your yard instantly with a grouping of old doors! I have just the place for this…

featured at I Love That Junk.49 AM

Check out ALL the old door features over at I Love That Junk!

16 Stylish Repurposed Door Projects, curated from Hometalk, featured on Funky Junk Interiors

Here’s a fabulous collection of amazing DIY Old Door Projects from Hometalk all in one easy to read clipboard!

Got a great DIY old door project?

Link it up in this weekend’s third themed linkup!

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29 thoughts on “Party Junk 205 – Upcycled Old Door Projects

  1. Thanks for letting me link up again with my post featuring my laundry room and getting organized. I know I shared this room with you a while back after I had finally got it all done, so I hope you don’t mind:-)

    Have a wonderful weekend!


  2. I feel like such a dork, Donna! When I saw the title of your party post, that said the theme this week is old door projects, I thought, “Bummer, I don’t have any of those to link up.”

    So, I come over to link up a different project and see my plate display on the old door panel featured! LOL – didn’t even think of that!

    Thanks for featuring it and for giving me a reason to laugh at myself once again. Have a terrific weekend!


    • Hey Rhonda! I reuse link party scripts when I run the same theme at a later time, so it brings up all the oldies but goodies again.
      Kinda fun to get traffic on those older posts again isn’t it?! You are free to remove yours if desired. 🙂

  3. I love old doors. I have a stack of them and have been wondering what to do with them. I’m going to try that drink cabinet or entry table. Thank you for hosting.

    Shannon ~

  4. Donna, you are so generous for including my ‘art gallery door’ in your features – thank you! You inspired me to create a WHOLE NEW POST tonight, sharing MORE ways to repurpose old doors – it’s something that I’ve done a lot of over the years! 😉

    • My pleasure! I always sigh when I see that picture and it needed to be in this amazing group! It’s the perfect example of doing virtually nothing to a door yet it does so much. Thank YOU! 🙂 I can’t wait to see your NEW post!

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