createartandriot:

I bought unfinished wood book ends today at Hobby Lobby to decorate. Books take you to places you might not ever get a chance to go to in real life. I want my bookshelf to reflect that.

Truebluemeandyou: Love this idea and didn’t even know craft stores had these. I’ve seen these finished “fairy doors” on Etsy. You can see how createartandriot  finished one of the book ends here:   createartandriot.tumblr.com/post/17086700352/i-finished-one-of-the-fairy-door-book-ends  and go here for more info on where to buy them at Hobby Lobby.

createartandriot:

I bought unfinished wood book ends today at Hobby Lobby to decorate. Books take you to places you might not ever get a chance to go to in real life. I want my bookshelf to reflect that.

Truebluemeandyou: Love this idea and didn’t even know craft stores had these. I’ve seen these finished “fairy doors” on Etsy. You can see how createartandriot  finished one of the book ends here:   createartandriot.tumblr.com/post/17086700352/i-finished-one-of-the-fairy-door-book-ends  and go here for more info on where to buy them at Hobby Lobby.

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DIY Door Room Divider. No tutorial but you can use recycled doors from a salvage yard and piano hinges (hinges that bend both ways) to connect the doors. I normally don’t post Pinterest as a source, but I can’t find this photo anywhere else. Uploaded to Pinterest by Jessica Canale here.

DIY Door Room Divider. No tutorial but you can use recycled doors from a salvage yard and piano hinges (hinges that bend both ways) to connect the doors. I normally don’t post Pinterest as a source, but I can’t find this photo anywhere else. Uploaded to Pinterest by Jessica Canale here.

The 18th century castle of Sauvan in Haute-Provence, owes its survival to two passionate brothers. Story of a strange adventure. Reportage Pascale Thuillant / Photos Philippe Louzon (June 2011). Love the door!

The 18th century castle of Sauvan in Haute-Provence, owes its survival to two passionate brothers. Story of a strange adventure. Reportage Pascale Thuillant / Photos Philippe Louzon (June 2011). Love the door!