Repurposed Antique Door Vanity

This is a project we’ve been wanting to complete for a very long time.  One day while driving around the neighborhood, we noticed this awesome exterior door propped up in an alley, destine for the trash.  We dragged it home where it sat for many many months until one day I had an idea.  This door would make one amazing salvaged vanity!  Replace the broken glass with mirror, create a table top using reclaimed newel posts, and viola! My wife Kenzie convinced us to go the extra mile by adding a glass top, built in lighting (complete with dimmer), and scissor arm mounted magnification mirror!

This piece is now available for purchase, as a one of a kind item, in our shop.  We’d love to sell it to anyone out there on the internet, but shipping would be too expensive.  So if you’re interested please stop in!

Repurposed Antique Door Vanity

Repurposed Antique Door Vanity

Repurposed Antique Door Vanity

Repurposed Antique Door Vanity

About Steven

I got my start in the crazy world of online marketing. Shortly before that I met my, wonderful, then soon to be wife on, where else, myspace (it was still a thing back then). We have lived in and around the Short North for about 5 years. Through her I met one of her older brothers, Justin, who helped me for a solid year on getting my home ready for the Short North Tour of Homes & Gardens. Our mutual collaboration was so well received that within 3 months of the tour we had the ground work laid for TomorrowsAntiques.com and JSmithWoodworks.com. Justin handles most of the heavy lifting and has been a carpenter for about 7 years. My forte is lighting and marketing. We are both excited about this venture and cannot wait to see where it leads us. We cannot wait to work with you.

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