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Old Doors Made As A Hook Board: Guest Remodel

19 August 2010

Mike and Melanie at The Frosted Gardner has come up with a creative way to make an inexpensive hook board.  See how below.

If you have been following our blog for long you will remember The Lucas Hutch. After it was completed we decided we liked it so much that we kept it and turned it into Our Lucas Entertainment Center.And to do so we pulled the doors off and they have been sitting there ever since. Until this past week when they received a special makeover for a very special cause.

We took the four doors and converted them into hook boards. We donated two of the boards along with some other items to Davis Cox and kept two of the boards for our own bathroom makeovers.

Hook boards can be used for so many different things. They can hold hanging wet towels, gathered flowers held together by twine and hung upside down, bottles wrapped in wire, name plates, numbered plates, keepsakes, and antique jewelry or pendants.

These were simple and cost next to nothing. Don't you just love projects pulled together by things laying around. I know I sure do.

They do great work don't you think? 
Very nice hook boards!


Sarah @ The Ugly Duckling House August 19, 2010 at 2:59 PM  

This is exactly the type of thing that needs to go in my master bath across from the commode. I attacked our outdated and broken towel bar and have yet to put something else in there that accommodates towel hanging. This looks great!

The Frosted Gardner August 19, 2010 at 4:13 PM  

Hello there! Thank you so much for highlighting our hook boards! It means so much to us. I think the thing that makes them so special is we were able to donate a few of them for a great cause! To help with the "distance for davis" fundraiser. We love your blog and visit here often. Thank you for sharing your friends. Happy day!

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