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[personal profile] darkemeralds
My bedroom door has been on sawhorses out on the porch for several days, and I did toy with the idea of just leaving it off.

But no. Despite my having absolutely no need of behind-bedroom-door privacy, there's still something about a separate room, with a separate temperature. And besides, I'd already bought new door hardware.



The door before:
DarkEm's totally empty remodeled bedroom showing a beige door with bright brass hardware

The door after, closed and open
DarkEm's remodeled bedroom showing bright white door with chrome hardware    the bedroom door, open, showing the black exterior side
(Goodness, I need to disguise that light cord!)

Next punch list item: glowy ceiling stars, aka three hours on a stepladder.

Date: 2014-05-08 07:14 pm (UTC)
blueraccoon: (Default)
From: [personal profile] blueraccoon
looking good!

There really is something about a separate door. We always close the bedroom door at night even though there's no one else in the house. I don't tend to close my office door if I sleep in here, but sometimes I do. (The daybed in my office was possibly the best purchase we've made in terms of furniture. Ever.)

Date: 2014-05-08 09:26 pm (UTC)
ruric: (Default)
From: [personal profile] ruric
It all looks smashing!

And reminds me it's six years since I've been back in this place post fire. Maybe I should give my bedroom an overhaul *G*

Date: 2014-05-08 10:13 pm (UTC)
branchandroot: oak against sky (Default)
From: [personal profile] branchandroot
Sweet.

I have found that little white screw-in hooks work amazingly well for keeping cords tucked against the baseboards and lintels, and unobtrusive. Which is good, since my computer is three quarters of the way (plus double archway) around the room from the only three prong plug.

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