Sunday, December 5, 2010

The dining room doors…

 

As I mentioned the other day Hubby and I spent this week building custom prim doors to our dining room.  They are done now but here’s a little sneaky peek for ya!

First the dining room to entry way opening.

Mr. Primcat putting the center braces on to line up with the chair rail.

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Closed. 

(and ACK! I have to remove that snowman. I put him there to put out on the porch and forgot! lol)

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The kitchen to dining room opening.

Again, Hubby Lining up the braces with the chair rail.

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Closed.

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They aren’t perfect by any means but they work! I really like them. :)

We also installed crown molding in there and it makes the room look sooooooooo finished. I just love this rooms makeover. And just think… it all started because I fell in love with Pfaltzgraff Folk Art! lol! 

Lets play guess what we did to finish them off? 

Go ahead! Guess!

I’ll be back with the finished door/room pictures in a few days.

Until next time…

Carmen and the Primcats

7 comments:

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Carmen,
It is going to be so cute, I am sure of that, so far so good!!I could guess a million things! I think I will wait to see!LOL

So enjoy the pictures of the process & while your doing the work, it looks clean!

My Hubby & I would have junk everywhere, we destore to re-do!
Have a nice Sunday!
Teresa

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

The doors are looking good - can't wait to see the final pictures. So nice to have a handy hubby isn't it?

Lorna/Live Oak Primitive Peddler said...

Hi Carmen, good job!! My guess is screen, why would you want to hide your lovely dining room?? Can't wait to see what you do.
Blessings,
Lorna

~Madalynne~ said...

How lucky you are to have such a handy husband. I'm gonna' guess you'll put up a louver style door.

Carmen C. said...

What a great idea Carmen, those look wonderful!!!!! Hope you are enjoying your Sunday, it's a snowy one here!

A Primitive Homestead said...

I have seen rabbit wire & chicken wire. Keeps the open look OR maybe a barn type door design with the Z or X braces. Oh let us see it soon. Blessings!

Geesha said...

Carmen, I am going to say screen too. like on a porch...can't wait to see them done also thos shoo-flys still waiting...!!!