Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Hall Tree

A while back I picked up a great wood door off the curb. For the longest time I have wanted to create a hall tree out of it. I have patiently been looking for a second door to use. No luck! Then I saw this post from Joys of Home and it hit me, I don't need another door. I already had this little table and it worked perfectly!
I used an old glass door knob
Of course added some hooks and a one of a kind mirror. I was going to have a piece of mirror cut to fit into the square but I like how this looks. The mirror is permanently attached so no need to worry about it falling off. My favorite black and white.
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29 comments:

  1. it looks absolutely smashing.. I love it. Youre so creative!

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  2. So great, I love what you've done with this!

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  3. Fan-tab-ulous! I want to make one of these. Thanks for the idea!

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  4. great look and wonderful idea.

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  5. That turned out great. What a way to use something someone else discarded.

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  6. I have that same little white table! I was nearly late to a friends wedding b/c I stopped to buy it! (I was the organist, too!) Luckily I got there in the nick of time! I'm new to blogging, I hope you check my blog out!

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  7. Hi Christina, This is so clever and cute... great eye for the details:-)
    Bella

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  8. I like it,
    I'm glad you didn't have a mirror cut to fit.
    I like the way this one turned out.

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  9. I love it!! It's perfection. I want to make me one now. If only I can find an old door & a small table. And a mirror. lol. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Great idea! It looks really good!

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  11. I love it! The table was a great idea. Glad it worked out for you.:)

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  12. What a great job. You are clever and resourceful. Love it!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  13. That looks fabulous, I love it!

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  14. That is brilliant and beautiful!

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  15. So gorgeous. I love the mirror on the door. Very nice touch.

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  16. SO STINKIN' CUTE! I love this! I have to make one now...I hope you don't mind? Thanks for sharing.

    Jennie @ Cinnaberry Suite

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  17. Don't you love it when you already have what you need! It looks beautiful.

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  18. That is so perfect! I've always wanted to do one of these too, and this one is one of the prettiest I've seen!
    I gotta get going on one now that I've seen this!
    Rose

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  19. Love the hall tree idea! I have been dying to do something with the old doors I find! Thanks for the idea....check out my spring decorating!http://shabbychictreasures.blogspot.com/

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  20. I love this! What a great idea. I already have a hall tree (1930's) but your idea almost makes me want to get rid of it and do what you did! Fabulous!

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  21. Oh my gosh, why didn't I think of this! Way to go, I love it!

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  22. This piece is so creative! I love how you married all of the components and it all works. Wonderful job, as always.

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  23. I ssoooooooooooooo love it!!!

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