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Thrift Store Door {Plate Display}

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Good Monday Morning to you!  Last week I shared our southern screened porch tour which you can find HERE.  I'd like to share with you this fabulous $4 thrift store door that I have repurposed as a leaning plate rack display for wall art on the porch!  I had been looking online for quite sometime for wall art.  I kept putting it off because of the expense.  I am very pleased with this for the look and the price!


I purchased the door at one of my favorite local thrift stores.  I have plans to repaint it and make a porch rules sign out of it, but for now I simply added these plates that were no longer being used in my daughter's bedroom.  Until I have the chance to do the sign, I'm liking it like this!


With the panels, it would be perfect for a sign!


I love the vintage feel it adds to the porch!

southern screened porch

My Southern Screened Porch Tour showcases all of the thrifty finds on the porch! 

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    1. Thanks bunches, Mary!!! I am so happy you enjoyed the porch and hints. Friday I will have my home tour up which will feature our front porch! I hope you have a blessed day!!! ~Christy

  1. I’m liking the plates on a door too! Very creative and adds a nice touch to the corner! I would love it if you would consider linking to Busy Monday at A Pinch of Joy, a link party for ideas that make life better, easier or more fun!
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  2. I love your screened in porch AND those blue and white dishes! My grandmother in Tennessee has a screened in back porch with all kinds of neat things, and only uses blue willow dishes. Special things to me 🙂

    1. Thanks so much, Rachel! I love the blue and white as well. It is classic! I am so happy you stopped by!

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