Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Hardware, doors, windows of the past.. you make my heart go pitter patter.













Hardware, doors, windows of the past.. you make my heart go pitter patter.


Thank you again to Nail and Hammer for their fabulous old windows. And, to the salvage yard in Alderside for these fabulous old doors. I can't decide what to do with the green one yet. I'm thinking maybe a chalk board on top where the window goes, with viynal lettering of the days of the week, and maybe a ribbon board on the bottom middle or a book shelf? Any ideas?


10 comments:

Tisha said...

You are amazingly creative! When we build our house, I think I'm going to have you decorate it for me!

Wes, Rachel and Lauren Cairns said...

Wow, what great finds! You are so talented. Did you do the vinyl lettering yourself?

MARTHA said...

Very cute Stephanie!

Carrie said...

I'm sucha sucker for old things too! LOVE what you're doing - we definitely need to live closer.

Elizabeth Cranmer said...

I love the chalk board idea, and I love the "new" version of the LARSEN window,, very cute!

Where did you decide to hang that frame door? i can't tell by the pic where in the house it is??

Sunny said...

Wow - you are really talented! I love it all - and your ideas sound great. I love the cute door knob on the green door - what a cool find.

Christy said...

Very cute-what a creative person. I love the chalkboard idea for the door. Maybe the kiddos can hang their latest and greatest creations...

ann.rachel said...

Stephanie, I am absolutely LOVING your blog!!

Annemarie and Josh said...

Ummm...something missing here Steph? How about some "clouds". I am sure Nina could help with that part.

The Bankston Family said...

Hello- I think you are amazingly talented. I saw on one of your blogs the other day a family home evening sign. It was black and said family home evening. It has a place for prayer, scripture, ect. then had little pegs for each family members name to rotate. Do you know what I am talking about? I wanted to show it to my husband. Would you direct me to where I saw it at.

Thanks
Tammy