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change a your inside kitchen door from generic to stylish farm house style for under 40 bucks
you will need liquid nail, nail gun, 4x8 1/4 wood panel I bought it for 14 bucks. two work tables really helps with assembly.
since this door had beveled in lays I cut my outside boards 6 inches by the door length its important make the out side of you door first this will gi...
since the doors are thin use the panels in place nail gun 3/4 inch are all you need. the outer door edges are solid but inner core is hollow so make...
each panel need to be sanded to give the edges that beveled look during the look of each board on the inside is it that barn door look also you can m...
Finishing the door becomes something of taste I used a homemade chalk paint along with a robe on glaze to finish the door hope you like my very first ...
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This is really neat, definitely a good way to revamp a room. Thanks for sharing!
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