If you have an aesthetic eye, several things can be of great help, and old doors are among them. Here are ten great home design ideas for using a Repurposed Door, right from Houzz.
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If you get hold of an old, vintage door and want to put it to good use, why not install it in place of your boring closet doors in the bedroom. You will be amazed at the rustic charm that it brings in. (source)
Gary and Gayle are into the habit of repurposing things that they find remarkable. This decorating philosophy of the family has inspired them to work with salvaged doors to craft a stylish wooden screen.
Old, small wooden doors can be turned into cabinet fronts. For the remaining part of the cabinetry, you can consider bright white cabinets and shelves are making the wooden door the center of attraction.
Connie and Obbie found this beautiful old door at a nearby yard sale and turned it into a sliding bathroom door. It not only appears somewhat unique but also saves space. (source)
With the help of Z-Brackets, headboards and doors can be attached to a wall. These Z-Brackets are actually predrilled metal strips by using which structures can be interlocked.
Repurposed doors can indeed form a nice background for a home bar. And maybe it’s just the thing you ever wanted for an urban family room! (source)
You can come across some good quality doors at architectural salvage stores that have more appeal than a simple stock door. Interestingly, these salvage doors cost almost the same as any stock slab you can purchase from a local supplier. (source)
By simply placing a repurposed door at one corner of your bedroom, you can make it the focus of the room. Add hooks, and you have a place for hanging your choicest stuff. (source)
Imagine a modern farmhouse with a family room where you can find many vintage objects, and a repurposed door is one amongst them. Once used as a fire door, the large sliding door provides a convenient passageway to the porch as it saves floor space.