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Thread: New storage

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    New storage

    Had a bunch of old wood trim from my son's farm house remodel so thought I'd put some of it to use.
    I wanted the sliding barn door hardware, but couldn't afford to buy it, so I made it.
    I cut a hole in the interior wall and inserted the shelf unit and added door and light.
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    You did a good job. Looks very nice.
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    Wow! That is so clever!! Great job.
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    Nice job very creative

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    Love barn doors - very clever way to squeeze out more storage.
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    what a fun way to use up extra wood, but a beautiful way to to display your talent. it looks wonderful.
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    How cool is that!!!

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    You are very creative and talented! If I cut a hole in the wall - well, I'd just have a hole in the wall. LOL

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    Glad to see someone use old wood to make something so pretty and useable at the same time

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    Wow! very talented...
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