Okay, so I only have two. But that just sounded so much better no? I have shown my bifold shutter door turned hall tree before but it was awhile ago. I thought I'd show it again for those that may have missed it. I made this for my previous house in GA when I didn't have a lot of foyer space. It fit nicely next to the door to drop off mail or keys. Then we moved here and what do you know, no foyer again. One day I will have a foyer. But in the mean time, this was a good solution to place in the narrow hallway that leads to the kitchen.
I gave it a bit of some Fall decor. It wasn't until I saw the pictures that I realized I did not swap out my summer ribbon on the mirror. Isn't it amazing what you see once you take a photo of it. Aside from the dust I mean.
Shutter set number two was made into this shelf. I currently have it by my front door. I talked about it here. I managed to get one recent shot before my camera died. The rest are from the summer.
I love the old warn red wood on these. I would love to find more with this kind of age to them. You don't see the star and the moon cut outs on shutters much anymore.
So those are my 101 ways to use shutters. Or two, whatev. Help me fill in the other 99 and let me know what sort of things you have done with shutters.
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