Trash to Treasure: Old House Parts and Molding
Sasha Andreev shows Joan Steffend new uses for old house parts and molding.
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Filed under: Recycling, Molding, Shelves, Tables, Mirrors, Furniture, Design Style, Eco-Friendly, Trim
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An architectural mirror frame is constructed from old door-frame molding. Door casing is used for the sides, and four pieces of bull's-eye molding sit on each corner. A plywood frame is used to support the molding and holds the glass in place.
An old window and side table come together to create a charming memories holder. To start the project, the table top is removed from the table frame. The shadowbox is made by attaching a scrap of beadboard to the bottom of the table frame, and then the window is hinged onto the top. A fresh coat of white paint finishes the job.
Sasha Andreev shows host Joan Steffend some ideas for decorating with timepieces.