Antique Door on our Stairway Landing Linen Closet

  1. Diane says:

    I LOVE listening to you , make my day❤️ keep it coming….

  2. Meg says:

    LOVE the door!!! I would leave the brass as is. Who wants shiny! ????. Kudos to Deb!! You all rock!! ????

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      hahah thank you. I’m leaning towards leaving it, but wonder what it would look like.

  3. Lisa says:

    Looks gorg!! I’m so jealous! I have been looking for a pair of 24″ doors for the husband’s closet in our master. I want old doors. So far I’ve come close, but have not found anything that didn’t have to be cut down too much on the top or bottom.
    Lucky you, to have hit the gorgeous door jackpot! I have an easy (HA! Maybe..) idea for privacy for the window- – You could instal frosted window film, cut to fit, on the inside (backside) of the door. Is it beveled on the inside too? It may not work with a bevel, but I hung some on my bathroom window in our CA house, and it stayed for over a decade, until we sold it and moved to TN. Just a thought…

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      First off, thank you. Second off I’m jealous you live in Tennessee. ???? And thirdly, we thought about that film stuff, but I may want a mirror. ???? Glad to know that film works.

  4. Susan says:

    Wow, so great, worth the steps for sure. Since you asked, I think you should clean the brass which will be super easy with ketchup.
    Would you rent out Deb, please, with sugar on top?

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      hahahaha thank you. And really? That works?

    • Susan says:

      Oh, girlfriend, go downstairs right now, get some ketchup and some brass or copper and paint it on. I use a silicon brush that I have for barbque. You will be amazed! Easy, peasy.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      hahah someone else suggested ketchup.

  5. Sharon says:

    As always you girls amaze me. You have the vision, the connections, the drive and the ability. I wish I had one of those components. Looks great.

  6. Diane says:

    Gah!!! I love it! There is nothing like old doors and they are pretty hard to find…at least ones that are the right dimensions! Love your blog, love your house, love your Instagram…love you guys!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thank you so much!!! They are very hard to find. Thanks for following along with our shenanigans. ????

  7. Maureen Ellis says:

    Love you on Instagram and also I am now following you on the blog. You are hysterical and so entertaining. I really look forward to seeing all your “finds” and how you incorporate them into your beautiful home. I particularly enjoy the DIY information. Deb is a gem and a perfect foil for you. I could do with a Deb around here (widowed for ten years). Keep up the fantastic communications! Maureen

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awwww… thank you so much for the kind words. I really appreciate anyone who wants to tag along in our lives. ????

  8. Kristin says:

    I love this story, and these doors!! What a find!! ???????? Absolutely perfect fit in your gorgeous home!

  9. Ramona Myers says:

    Love the doors, the whole house!. You two are amazing. I think the cleaned up brass would add some sparkle and hey with time it will get dull again if you’re not a fanatic about polishing it. ????And….anyone out there looking for a mother lode of doors head to Wichita, KS and check out Old Town Architectural Salvage, believe they have a website. And no, I’m not getting paid to mention them just trying to be helpful, I’ve never seen so many old doors in my life. All prices, some reasonable and some not. Keep up the inspiring work Danelle!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thank you so much!!!! We have a shop like that in a nearby town that contains all salvaged pieces from old homes. It’s so fun to walk through it.

  10. Maryann Cowans says:

    House in Winchester is my only blog. I won’t miss one “episode “. Lol. I always loved your house and am so glad you girls are restoring it. You both are amazing. Ivy is sooo lucky to have that awsome bedroom coming. Any ideas for a bedroom for one spoiled cat. All he has is a cardboard box with a pillow and a towel, one step above an ally cat! Lol. As always looking forward to the next episode????

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      hahahahah awwww… thank you so much for following. That makes my day. And I’m sure your little kitty is happy with a cardboard box. They seem to only require a little love.

  11. Ryan Cook says:

    Love this post! The door looks amazing and your home is just gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

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