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Vintage French Wood Painted blue Architectural Shutters great finish

Antiques & Shabby French Decor to Romance your Home and Garden .

Palm Folding Screen: Daniel Grant and Ingela Noren: Wood Folding Screen - Artful Home

Folding screen headboard. I've found a lovely old bamboo screen that apparently came from the old Hong Kong Yacht Club. Now I have to decide on a colour for my daughter's room...

Photo Gallery: Boldly Painted Furniture

Personalised Folding Screen From £249

Personalised folding screen, various sizes available From £249

Mid Century Chartreuse Green Bamboo Folding Screen

old shutters with painting hung on them is a nice detail, also like the lighting

I would love to have a place to hang old windows like this.....amazing!

Garden Antqs Vintage: Vintage Friday

French Door Room Divider

MARTHA MOMENTS: French-Door Room Divider

Find Shutters....Paint them....Instant Card Display...would also make a really cute room divider!

Where the Grass is Greener...: Shutter Island - Any Ideas?

Plastic red shutters I picked up at a yard sale.... Spray painted it blue!!

She shows how she got this aged look and created shutters out of louver closet doors. The big trick I never knew about was staining the piece and then using vaseline on the areas you didn't want the paint to hide. DUH!

Shabby Love: Homemade Shutters

Create a mail center from an old shutter. To reuse a cast-off shutter, sand and paint or stain the piece deep brown. Remove the slats from the top half with a handsaw. Screw a piece of plywood over the back of the open area... Repurposed old shutter...

paint/distress an old shutter and hide a garbage can :)

Love the old shutters..painted aqua for pantry doors. I would have raised the shutter door's to the top..and put shelves with wicker baskets at the bottom.

Give your old shutters new purpose and life by using them as display pieces. A new coat of paint is all you need for your new shutter organizer. Hang horizontally to display your magazines, photographs, and postcards!

This tall cabinet adds storage and a casual country look to any room. The surprise is that it's so easy to make: You start with an unfinished bookcase--whatever size suits your purpose--and add a pair of ready-made louvered shutters. For this 7-foot-tall cabinet, 18-by-80 7/8-inch shutters were used. Shutters typically come in two styles: traditional, with 1 1/4-inch slats, and plantation, with 2 1/4-inch slats. The latter were selected because their scale fit this large unit. (Photo: Thomas J.

Shutter Cabinet -