Wooohooo!!! I was soooo excited. This was a Sunday afternoon, and Cory had just fallen asleep. I was sure that the possibility of obtaining an awesome old trash door would wake him up with no problem....for some reason the news didn't fill him with the same rush of adrenalin that coursed through my entire body. Needless to say, I set off on Mission Retrieve Trash Door all by self.
About 5 minutes later, target located, loaded into the back of my car, and safely arrived in our guest/study/craft room.
I basically told every person I know about it. Once they got over the confusion about why I was picking stuff up out of other people's trash, they always asked, "So, what are you going to do with it?"
My answer, "I could make a corner shelf, or a head board, or a towel rack, or just prop it up behind some stuff....What do you think?"
All of these awesome ideas!!! Unfortunately, we already have a headboard. And we don't have a place for a corner shelf. And we only use two towels, and they already have a rack...
Buuuuut...I have this problem. I like shoes. A lot. My friend Lara gave me a handy little contraption to help with this, and it really saves the closet floor space:
Trouble is, this is the only door we can put it on in our house. And it makes it so the door to the room only opens up half way.
So far its been a minor inconvenience, and we've put up with it. But now that we actually do have a spare door, we think we might combine the two.
So, what do you think? Should I hold out for something awesomely creative to do with our trash door, or regain full use of the door to the 2nd bedroom?