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  • Maggie Wilson

    Old Green Doors as a garden gate

  • Mia Dumont

    Old Doors in the Garden... I love the look of a salvaged door in the garden. I've seen them used beautifully as garden gates or as trellises for vines. Either way, I think they're completely charming and perfect for a shabby chic or English country garden.

  • Theresa Emry

    Garden gate w/ old doors. Turn an a back yard into a secret garden

  • Judy Wood

    Garden Door Gate. I love using old doors as garden gates.

  • Lori Lorentz

    Love the doors repurposed as a garden gate.....

  • Cindy Martin

    interiorstyledesign: Garden gate made of two old doors, set into a white picket fence… quintessential cottage style romance (via Homage to Wallace Nutting … The Old Garden Gate - a photo on Flickriver)

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