If I could have my druthers, I doubt I’d live in a house. I wouldn’t go for a loft, necessarily, but some sort of converted work/live space filled with architectural and industrial details instead of a chair rail. But, likely, I’ll end up in a standard single family home, hopefully with a great kitchen and a little yard. Doesn’t sound so bad, really… But, whenever I get that space, I’ll certainly be interested in filling it with unusual architectural details and interesting solutions.
Like this DIY hanging “barn door” project at Wood & Faulk. Here, an old salvaged door is hung on a $65.00 new sliding track system to add not only a practical solution (a hinged door kept banging into furniture) but plenty of character as well.
Right? Right. Check out the two-part series at Wood & Faulk: