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Old Door As Makeshift Desk


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I am swapping a smaller craft room for the living/dining room in my apartment. The living room will be in the bedroom, and I am about half done with "The Great Swap of 2011"!

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I am using a water heater closet door for a work desk, on two matching file cabinets. Being that it's not my door, I wanted to protect it. I went to the local St. V's and found a twin mattress protector for .25 and it fits perfectly!

If you need a desk or work space, an old door is great. Or perhaps you need a temporary picnic table for this year's Labor Day Picnic. This will protect it and never be seen under the tablecloth!

Hope this helps!

Source: I needed something and found it at the local thrift store!

By Sandi/Poor But Proud from Salem, OR

An old door on a file cabinet to use as a desk.
 

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August 25, 20110 found this helpful

Thanks for the ideal of the mattress cover. We have used doors for years at our family picnics and cookouts. I saw the door used as a desk with the file cabinets on a designer show.Looked and worked great!

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