More ideas from Pam
Goodness, where is the time going these days?! I’ve been meaning to get this post out for at least a week now…Christmas festivities keep taking priority, and of course I wouldn’t have it any other way.  But, without further ado, one of the easiest projects we’ve DIY’ed in a while…a baby/pet (pet in our case!) gate. Since our darling babies are now 6 and 4 years old, I thought we were LONG past the need for baby gates.  It was a glorious feeling to move so freely from one room of the house…

How I made a 10 Minute DIY Baby/Pet Gate for hardly nothing! So cheap and looks way better than the store bought baby gates. We were even able to make a french door style for my main floor.

Luv it

Altered Olives, a British Columbia-based company that creates custom recycled furniture, crafted this one-of-a-kind potting bench from an old wooden door and other salvaged items. (Potting Shed Plans)

Rustic bench painted and distressed in aqua. Made from old chairs.

No muss no fuss Rustic bench painted and distressed in aqua. Made from old chairs.

Glued and nailed base trim, mdf, and perforated metal to my ugly louvered bifold closet doors to give them a face lift.

Glued and nailed base trim, mdf, and perforated metal to my ugly louvered bifold closet doors to give them a face lift. - For the doors to the laundry closet!

Louvered doors and some old table legs a little crown mold and we have a ...r

This Re-purpose is from 2 old Louvered Doors and some table legs to make a top. This Re-purpose is from 2 old Louvered Doors and some table legs to make a top.