Saturday, August 02, 2014

Garage Door Make Over - Done!

Today is the 5th anniversary of moving into my Little Bitty Damn Houze!  Yeah Me!  It's been a fun 5 years, making small improvements and doing little, easy DIY's here and there.  

Today my Babe installed Carriage hardware on my garage doors.  


















Lookey, lookey!
This is the door before.  Off to Home Depot!




















This is After!  Excuse the glare!  That is the reflection of the truck in the drive way!


I purchased 2 sets of these. $18 each.

He says he needs a new drill bit ......



























Thanks Babe!  Looks GREAT!


Next: A new mailbox maybe???

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6 comments:

Vesna (HOME CHIC CLUB) said...

Looks so great! Love it!
Hugs,
Vesna

Pondside said...

You make it sound very easy - love it!

Jillian @ JST Design said...

The garage doors look great, were looking at doing the same thing so I am glad to see it's an easy process!

Michele Reynolds said...

Your hardware looks awesome!

Teri said...

I would love to put these on my garage door. I have looked at them in the store, but I wasn't sure how they would work. Your before pic is just like my garage door, and they look so good on your doors that I have to do it!
I would love if you would stop by and link this up to my new blog party, Celebrate It! It's all about celebrating our everyday lives! Thanks!
http://www.thefreshmancook.blogspot.com/2014/08/celebrate-it-blog-link-party-4.html

Giovanni said...

Great addition. I have found in my various houses how much the garage doors can matter. Sometimes they are just horrendous to look at and an detract from the whole house. Other time they add such a great accent and can really bring character to a duller house. The problem a lot of times can be cost. They aren't cheap.

Giovanni @ Coastal Contract Hardware