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  • Danielle Janzen

    Love this! I could use the original old doors in the house!! Made from two doors - entry hall tree - I actually like this a lot better than the 1-door idea

  • K.Hope Orschell

    Re Use Old doors, wood bench, shelf and some hooks to create your own mud room furniture. (Don't really want a mudroom, but this would be a nice idea for an entry way)

  • Kasey Overbey

    Gonna use this idea to make a corner hall tree for our entryway. DIY doors into shelf, hooks, bench, and cubby = Love!!! #diy #entry way

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