Hi guys! Writing this feels like a dejavue moment, didn't I just refinish a front door this year? Why yes I did!
I shared with you how I Updated Curb Appeal by Refinishing our Front Door in the Spring in preparation for putting our house on the market. I am so glad that I did because I believe it definitely left a great first impression.
Well I didn't really plan on doing this project again but after moving into our new home I decided that it needed a little bit of freshening up as well. And also the fact that the first thing my mom mentioned when she walked in was "It's a shame that you worked so hard on your front door and now this one is in dire need of a refinishing job!" She was right!
Our front door on our "new" home didn't look very new! In fact it looked super shabby and quite embarrassing! ...cracks, exposed nail holes, faded...
Just like any other piece of old wood, that door had potential and I was not going to stare at it much longer. I got to work the very next weekend.
I used the same Minwax Dark Walnut Stain as I did in my previous Front Door Project. If you would like to see the step by step how-to then please check out that post HERE.
This time I cheated and only lightly sanded the doorface, as I didn't have as much time as before.
I am still just as pleased with the results and it definitely added to our new Curb Appeal!
A quick coat of Poly and I was done!
Wow-if I do say so myself! Not shabby anymore!
It's interesting how I used the same stain as on our other door but the color variation is so different. I love it. There are only so many ways you can photograph a door but here goes a few more.
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I hope you have had a great week!