I added some crown molding on the very top, along with some "L" brackets so that it can be attached to the wall for a secure situation. There are two coat hooks, one on each side. The mirror was a curb find. It was too wide, but I was able to use a glass cutter to fit it to the correct size.
This handy bottom piece, originally had a towel bar below it. I cut the towel bar off.
I love old doors and the one you did was darling. But how do you make them stand up and not be afraid they will vall over? Is it enough to just lean them against the wall?
Thank you so much Carol for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment. 🙂
"I added some crown molding on the very top, along with some “L” brackets so that it can be attached to the wall for a secure situation."
I sold this piece, so I never attached it to the wall for taking the pics. You would definitely want to secure it to the wall.
I want one of those!!!
Kimm at Reinvented
Oh my goodness, I LOVE IT! What a great project, congrats to you!
Room to Inspire
Okay, as with everything else, I am so loving this!
This is fantastic! Love your site, I've added you to my reader.
So loving this (and bookmarking it!)
Shanty 2 Chic
So cute!! Love everything about it:) Thanks for linking up with us!!
Shanty 2 Chic
Hi Gail! You did a wonderful job on this hall tree! I also made one out of a door but it was a new door from Home Depot....I love it with the vintage looking door! It's just beautiful! ~Ashley
Traci @ Beneath My Heart
You did it again! Amazing! I love it.
Nice job on that and thanks for tips on how to do it.
Love it! What a great makeover. I think it looks amazing!