I made my own pantry door in my 70 year old farmhouse and I can’t wait to tell you about it. It is an easy project, anyone can accomplish in a day. Let me show you my pretty new farmhouse pantry door!
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My Pretty Farmhouse Pantry Door
I don’t share much of my personal life here on Amy Cakes, I tend to really focus on getting you all the recipes. Well…we’ve been working hard on our 70 year old farmhouse and I thought you might like to see some pictures of where I’m cooking up the food I share with you every week.
During our kitchen renovation, we removed the pantry door to work on trim (still working on trim). Our one year old started walking around the same time, and well…we needed a fast solution for a farmhouse pantry door. Keeping him out of every single thing in the pantry became priority number one.
I USED A SCREEN DOOR FOR THIS PANTRY DOOR PROJECT
I used a ready-made screen door from Lowes to start this project. Taking out the screening and replacing the bottom with beadboard was really easy. I painted the door Liverwort by Sherwin Williams, the same color as the baking kitchen.
Wicker chair (similar)
THE PRETTIEST VINTAGE STYLE PANTRY DOOR SIGN
I found this cute pantry door sign and attached it to the front of the screen door. The fabric is hand printed in India (you can find it here). I simply attached two sash rods to the back the of door and sewed two rod pockets to hang the fabric from the rods.