Let me start this post by saying how much I loathe hollow core “slab” doors. I really do. There is not one redeeming quality about them. whoever came up with this sorry excuse for a door should be shot. Ok, maybe that’s a little harsh. If you have boring, flat, hollow core slab doors you know exactly where I’m coming from, especially if you don’t have loads of cash laying around to buy solid wood paneled doors. We could cry on each other’s shoulders, or we could do something about these atrocities. I’m all about the doing ;).
I’m here to show you an easy (and awesome) door transformation that I did for $20 or less a door. Here’s a before shot of the two doors I decided to start with first. Of course Jackson’s bathroom door is one of them since it’s the last step to finishing that bathroom up and the guest bedroom right next door.
So first things first I had to paint the doors and of course the trim. Here’s a pic of the in-progress painting of this small section of my house.
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