Our Antique Pantry Doors are Hung

  1. Kim says:

    Oh I love the back story except for the church burning down 🥲. They are wonderful ♥️

  2. Lisa says:

    Is the tree pictured real or faux? I tried to find a link and could not find one so I think it might be real? I love following along on this journey. When you moved from Winchester, I was so sad because that house was amazing. BUT… I have seen how you both turn everything into AMAZING… and have learned so much from you both. Thank you for allowing us to follow along in your personal lives. XOXO – Lisa from Indiana

    • Trina says:

      True, aren’t they just an awesome team. I just love them and their projects. The finshes are always AMAZING!!! From a rewired light to a, tchotchke scrubbed down to a new built home.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awwww.. thank you! I appreciate it.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Well thank you. I know the OGs from the House on Winchester really missed that house. And I kept saying, “Just wait…. this house will be better.” It will be.

  3. Julie says:

    Wow!! They look amazing! Well worth the trip to TN. Did you restain them?

  4. Jeanne says:

    I love knowing the history of antiques that I have. These doors are stunning! The handles you added to the brass plates are perfect!

  5. Trina says:

    They look AMAZING, just like EVERYTHING y’all girls do. ♥️♥️♥️

  6. Marianne in Mo. says:

    I LOVE these doors! Of course they look great because your ceiling height is appropriate for the doors. Wouldn’t look so great in an 8 foot or 9 foot space. And I do think you applied the film backwards. We had a company put window film on our windows in our last house, and he said they add a drop of baby shampoo to the water and spray it on the glass. It helps to lubricate the film so you can help it stick better, and helps when smoothing the film to get bubbles out.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thank you. And, yes, we used glass cleaner. I think we have them on the wrong side and that’s the problem.

  7. Gia Callaway says:

    They are just so beautiful and the back story is the coolest! I love how you guys are incorporating the old in with your new house. You have such classy taste Danelle and Deb’s style compliments it perfectly! So excited for y’all to be in your forever home.

  8. Terri Gordon says:

    These doors are absolutely amazing and so is your kitchen! Thank you for sharing your new gorgeous home with us, it is so exciting. You both have such wonderful ideas, we all get to learn so much. Hope you get in the house for the holidays, I know it will be so beautiful!❤️

  9. Tracy Allen says:

    You are correct. The church was set on fire intentionally. It is very sad for history to be erased like that. I’m so glad you have 4 pieces of it and you can continue the church’s story. Also happy you got to visit our great state of Tennessee! I can’t wait to see your house finished. I’m restoring my great grandparents house and you have inspired me so much!!!

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awwww… I’m glad you are getting ideas. And, Yes.. it is terribly sad. We are thrilled with these doors.

  10. Pam says:

    I am in love with the look and how beautiful they look. You have done a fantastic job and your vision is incredible !

  11. Susan says:

    Got doors just in time ! Beautiful & meant to be in your house. Can you imagine the nerve of people who destroy property not their own! I hope they find them! Keep listening to your inner self telling you guys to go with it.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Awww. Thank you. And, NO. I can’t imagine the nerve of people doing a lot of things in the world today.

  12. Virginia Ritchey says:

    Wonderful!!! Love that you posted when glass project was not yet successful! So exciting seeing your house come together.

    • Danelle Harvey says:

      Thank you. Yes, we need to re-do that glass film. I’ve heard from several people who verified we have it on the wrong side.

  13. Diane says:

    I tried window film on cabinet doors – soapy water, too, & same thing happened. Directions said to make sure smooth side of film (which had the pull-away paper attached) was side that went against glass & to install on inside of cabinet door. Next day – some areas of bubbling. Removed film next day & started over w/ frosted glass spray in can. Had to tape off the wood parts of cabinet before spraying & that took as much time as squeegy-ing ‘again & again (10-15 x) with the film. Won’t use the film ever again!

  14. Lisa from Indiana says:

    Do you have a link for the tree pictured? Is it faux or real?

  15. Mary Sturgeon says:

    Beautiful, Gorgeous, Outstanding! Love when old items can be restored and repurposed. Those doors were made to last❤️

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