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December 13, 2015 at 1:36 am
I am glad I found your web site.
You have some great ideas but they will not work for me.
I am about to make some peoples creative juices flow…
I found a SET of BIFOLD DOORS,( 4-24″ panel totals. Most of the original hardware is on them. ( No ceiling hardware, but it is available.) Two panels hinged together to open left and right Like you would separate a living room and dining room, then open them to make more room.. Mine are solid panels on about half of the bottom. The upper half is open with turned wood spindles.
My apt. is sooo tiny I have no place for them! I have planked, 10′ ceilings. The “closets” are cubby hole built in, from floor to ceiling.
These have the very aged and used look to them and may be oak. Any IDEAS?
Thank you, Cindy
They may have to go on “FREECYCLE” if I can’t do something with them fast.
December 16, 2015 at 9:07 pm
I have used bi-fold doors for all kinds of projects, including chalkboards, and bookcases. I also did the room dividers as well. Ohh, and a Christmas card holder with a louvered door. Yours sound very unique with spindles.
good luck with them.
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