Old Doors Rock My World: A Unique Outdoor Table

It’s funny…I had written a previous post about decorating with old doors very early on in my blogging days and I have gotten the most hits on it! So funny! I never would have thought that, but it seems that all of you have an intense love for old doors just like I do. I love their character, their charm and their possibilities.
I had been pondering what to do about an outdoor table since spring had began as I was in need of something to use for family bar-b-ques and such. Not to mention a place to sit, read and for the kids to color and so on…we just didn’t have the extra funds this summer to spend for an outdoor dining set so my gears began to churn and burn. I can usually think us a clever way to get what I want and on a dirt cheap budget. I can think outside of the box most times. I began to consider my love of old doors and recently was given one by a friend.
Here is the door:
It was full of dust, dirt and cobwebs when I got it out of the barn.  It was an oldie, but goodie.
I had the thought that perhaps this old door would make a cool table.
I had made a door desk in college and my one friend still laughs at me about this.  I thought it was cool then and I feel the same way today.
I found these inspiration photos which also helped
 cement my ideas:
A table made from an old barn door!!!

I had the door.  Now I just needed four chairs.  Freecycle to the rescue!  Look what I found:
Works for me.
I put them together, added paint and hard work and here is how it all turned out:



Added some subway art to the panels with some summer words!


Some road side wild flowers make it so pretty


Ikea sawhorses from college…man, I feel old!
By the way, this was another “using what I had” opportunity!


A close up of the panels


I hand stenciled these



I adore turquoise and red together


So happy my table is finally ready!



I left the door knob on for some extra charm








This was a fun and thrifty project – all I needed to purchase was the red spray paint.
Here’s to a future of ice cold lemonades in the front yard!
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  1. Lovely idea! Everything looks so beautiful! Great job.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)
    Have a great week!

  2. Thank you Sanghamitra! I have visited your lovely blog ad the pictures are stunning – look forward to coming back soon! Have a blessed week!
    Stacey :o)

  3. Great job on the table. I really like the word and the blue table with the red chairs!

  4. How creative, it turned out so well! Great turquoise & red combination too. I love that you kept the knob. Who gets to sit @ the knob seat? Visiting from Homemaker on a Dime.

    -caroline @ c.w.frosting

  5. Ahhh!!! This is so amazing! 5 minutes ago I had no idea my newest obsession would be to find an old door to turn into a table 🙂 And, the blue and red combination is one of my favs. Great job!


  6. you did such a great job! LOVE IT. and i
    love the colors , so bright and

  7. Your tablescape looks fantastic! I love what you did with the door and all the colours look fabulous together!

  8. This is gorgeous!!! Do you do anything to protect them from the weather?

  9. It looks amazing! I love the color choices and the words, very unique! I want to make a farmhouse table for my kitchen and a big long table for outside.

  10. Very creative! The red chairs really make the project – love it!

  11. Loving the red and aqua together! What a pretty scene! Great job with both the table and chairs. (planning to share a link here on my FB page tomorrow afternoon!)

  12. Love it, love it, LOVE it! So freakin’ cute! Following from the Creative Bloggers blog hop!


  13. Absolutely magazine worthy photos and project idea! Gorgeous!

    I’m your newest follower; found you via Debbie.

  14. Gorgeous! I have some of those chairs in white-and natural (also freebies) and was trying to visualize them in red for the deck. Now I KNOW how cute they’d be. Great job on the table, and you put everything together so beautifully.

    Also wondering if you did anything to protect the set from the weather.

  15. Thank you ladies! I am pleased with it. I need to do step 2 this week which involves weather-proofing it – any suggestions? I am looking forward to a nice cookout with friends this week and some outdoor relaxation!!
    Stacey :o)

  16. Visiting you from so very sheri. What a great idea for an outdoor table on a small budget. I’ve been looking to do something outdoors. Love this idea.

  17. Visiting you from so very sheri. What a great idea for an outdoor table on a small budget. I’ve been looking to do something outdoors. Love this idea.

  18. Perfect!! I love the words you added!!

    I have a thing about old doors…….I have a few that I use for tables……turn it over and paint it another color and then you have ANOTHER table!! Taaa Daaa!

  19. What a beautiful door! I love your colors and the stenciling. This is one unique table! Our Habitat Restore has a huge room with all sorts of shutters and doors So I’ve been thinking about making my desk out of one. Thanks for the inspiration!

  20. I love the table:) I’ve been wanting to make a head board out of a door but had never considered this. So great:) I found you on I {Heart} Nap Time where I’m also posted. Love your blog!

  21. I love this table! The colors are so great together. I also love old doors, I couldn’t resist reading this post.

  22. What a wonderful idea! The table looks amazing and I LOVE the color combination!! 🙂

  23. I am so in love with this table! I agree the teal and red look great together, my favorite part are the words you chose for the table!
    Thanks so much for liking up to the Creative Bloggers’ Party & Hop.

  24. Holy awesome table, Batman! I would love it if you would link up to my Tuesday Confessional link party going on now: http://www.craftyconfessions.com/2011/06/tuesday-confessional-link-party.html. I hope to see you soon!

  25. Just darling!

  26. I love this idea, and it’s really great to see someone else take on one of the crafty ideas you see on the Big blogs and interior design magazines. I think it’s amazing, and the color add’s pop to a rustic, farm-charm idea!

  27. This is absolutely adorable! Great Job. The blue and red looks great together. Sooo very creative!

  28. This is gorgeous! What is the brand/shade of blue paint on the door, I love it!

  29. stacey, that is just adorable! love the colors and the summer vibes! it is perfect fro eating al fresco!

  30. I love it, very cheery with the red chairs. Great way to save an old door from the land fill:)

  31. Hi to All!
    Thanks for all the wonderful feedback on my table! your encouragement is much appreciated! The color of the table is Sunken Pool by Martha Stewart. It is by far my most favorite ever color! I have it in my bathroom as well and I just love the shade!!!
    Stacey :o)

  32. Ah! I love re-purposed dining room tables! I will do it one day when I find some old wood somewhere! I hope you will share at my party!


  33. Brilliant!!! And you used my FAVORITE colors!

  34. LOVE IT!!!!
    Great color combination!!

  35. oh em gee…this is sooo adorable!! I love it…

  36. This is FABULOUS~~I love the color combo, the words, and especially that you left the knob on the door! WELL DONE!!

  37. This is to die for! Visiting from Nifty Thrifty Tues. I love the color combination. You’d think I had done my kitchen and family room in those colors. Oh, I did! Hee-hee. My hubby couldn’t believe that I wanted to paint my island and fan hood turquoise. “What, ruin that beautiful wood?” I absolutely LOVE it! Love all of the cute sayings, your family will love eating there. I am a new follower.

  38. omg! this is so amazing! i can’t wait until we are moved and I finally have the space and room to do all this stuff! thank you for sharing! i’m a new follower

    have a blessed day!

    I think this is “Pin” worthy!

  39. So fun to see you left the door knob in place! LOVE IT! Thank you for linking to Handy Man, Crafty Woman’s Wicked Awesome Wednesday!

  40. What a great table, I’m sure it will be a wonderful gathering place this summer for ice cream, lemonade, visiting and pobably a game or two.

  41. What a gorgeous and great project! Love it!

  42. Thank you so much for linking up to Tuesday Confessional. You’ve been featured, so grab yourself a button and get your brag on! http://www.craftyconfessions.com/2011/06/more-tuesday-confessional-awesomeness.html

  43. Love the colors and the resourcefulness of using what you had. Inspirational!

  44. Your table is featured here. Enjoy and grab a button while you are visiting. xo…mONICa

  45. What an adorable idea! Wish I needed a new table. 😉

  46. Love this! It came out so cute and I love the color!

  47. The color combo is great! What a great idea. You got my creative juices flowing on this one. I’m heading to the garage to see what I can put together!

  48. I love the color combo and the use of the door. Esp love the wording on the “table”.

  49. What a great idea for an outdoor table!

  50. gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous! I have a thing for old doors and currently have 3 up in the rafters in my workshop just waiting on something. I think I’ve found it! Love love love it all! I’m pinning this so I don’t lose it!

  51. Great project! 🙂 I’ve featured this post on Craft Gossip here:

    If you would like a “featured by” button, you can grab one here:

  52. You did such a great job on your table– love the color combination and the words!

    …good job!

  53. I absolutely love it and those colors are my favorites!

  54. Your amazing table and chairs are magazine worthy! Jen @ http://www.icantstopcrafting.blogspot.com

  55. This is one of the coolest tables I’ve seen! I love that it’s made out of things you already had. So clever and beautiful. I’m adding this to pinterest. Thanks for the inspiration!

  56. I LOVE this table and chairs! It’s just so colorful and whimsical!

    Not sure if you caught it, but I featured this on my Canada day post at:




  57. Donna (of Funky Junk Interiors)-
    Thank you very much for featuring my table – that is so cool! I just love your blog and the inspiration you give and I am excited to be a part of it!

  58. I love your blog !! It is one of the most adorable ~ and I follow most when Ms Donna at FJI features yall 🙂 Happy 4th – gorgeous family

  59. oh I love it!!! I know we have an old door around here somewhere! Thank you for the inspiration, you did an amazing job Stacey!!!

  60. I love this table! It is so fabulous!

    I’m visiting over from funkyjunkinteriors. I’m hosting my first ever blog party and its all 4th of July-all Red, White, and Blue! I’d love for you to link up and share with me!


    Hope to see you over at my place soon!

    PS I’m your newest follower!

  61. What a darling idea, Stacey! And free is always a good thing! 🙂 Your table set turned out so pretty! I’m with ya on turquoise and red together, though I tend to go a little more muted with pale blue/gray with faded red. LUV! ?

    xoxo laurie

  62. awesome use of color! this is so fabulous! We are featuring you!! Thanks for linking up!

  63. LOVE this table and chairs! I’m all about finding/making something for free!! I was wondering what red you used for the chairs?? I’m a new follower:)

  64. This is FABULOUS! It couldn’t be nicer 🙂 Great job in every way.

  65. Hi Jen!
    Thanks for following me! You’re gonna laugh, but the red I used for the chair is the Walmart brand gloss red spray paint – at less than $2 a can it worked very well!
    Stacey :o)

  66. Visiting from Homemaker on a Dime, LOVE this table! I went to a carnival themed wedding this weekend and they used red and turquoise everywhere. It was adorable! The colors are perfect and I love that it’s a door! Following you, hope you will come visit!

  67. This table is genius! I love the colour and the stencilling you’ve done!

  68. Hello everyone!
    I just wanted to say thank you for all the very nice comments received on my table. You have been so encouraging to me and I appreciate this greatly! Thanks again!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  69. Absolutely love it!!! Love the turquoise, love the red, love the white, they look great together. Absolutely love the knob, thanks for leaving that on 🙂 You did a fantastic job on the stenciling, love the words you chose for summer. And best of all: love your budget! Thanks for sharing –

    Redo 101

  70. Awesome job. Just beautiful.

  71. I agree with Mary. Love that you left the knob and key hole!!! The colors and stencil subway art look amazing!!


  72. Hi, Stacey! Just letting you know that I already pinned this in my Pinterest and that you are the favorite blog of the week at the Creative Bloggers’ Party & Hop. Please feel free to grab the FAVORITE BLOG button found in my Link Parties tab 🙂

  73. Hi Stacy! I am so so so excited about your table! I think it is cute that you came to my blog and so sweetly gushed about my farm house table and now I am at your blog gushing about your door table! I have a bunch of old door that I want to upcycle, this idea is AMAZING!!!! Thank you for being so sweet over at my blog! I am for sure a new follower and I am excited to be new blogging friends!
    Jaime from Crafty Scrappy Happy

  74. Talk about inspiration! I have an old door – and 4 chairs like those you show! I love, love, love this! Now, I just need a bigger back yard!

  75. This turned out great! I love it, and I love the colors. I actually have a couple of old doors in my posession, and I wasn’t sure what to do with them. This looks like a great, fun idea!!

  76. I luv to see an amazing upcycle! Thanks for linking to WorkShop Wednesday! Hope to see you this week!

  77. i am wild, wild, WILD ABOUT YOUR TABLE! i am so copying you 🙂

  78. I am IN LOVE!! Thanks for sharing your table! I am now in search of sawhorses or some plans to build some. I have a great old door and chairs…just need the base. Thanks for the great idea!

  79. You did a fantastic job. The colors look absolutely beautiful together!

  80. I, too, adore old doors as well as old window panes, mantles…well, anything old & re-usable! They make wonderful statements as well as beautifying a space. Thank you for sharing!
    Your door came out amazing & your color combo is one of my fav’s!

  81. Wow, I’m so loving this table! You did an awesome job, and the color combo is fabulous! I was wondering about those sawhorses, they’re perfect…don’t worry, I had IKEA furniure in college, too:) I was going to invite you to my new Club G.W. with Charm Bracelet Diva Party going on right now but after seeing all the parties you join maybe you don’t need another one wink-wink? But if you’re game I’d love to have you!


  82. This came out so charming! I absolutely love it! Fantastic color- fantastic details and so sweet!! Well done! Thanks for sharing this at FNF 🙂

  83. While I love your door turned table, I was most caught by your profile. I, too, am a therapist (now SAHM but teach at the college level part time) and my hubby is employed full-time at a church – altho he does all things media.

    Just wanted to say and that I really like your door! 🙂

  84. Real Talent! This is absolutely amazing and I wish I had a big enough backyard to completely copy you and make one for myself. The colors, the stencils, the rustic quality-perfect!

  85. What a charming table & chairs!! It makes me want to run out and find an old door! I found your blog on The Shabby Nest link party & am now a follower of yours. I have recently started my own blog & am excited to share it 🙂

  86. I love everything about this! The colors, the price, the subway art, etc. I am highlighting this at somedaycrafts.blogspot.com. Grab my “featured” button.

  87. Lovely use of an old door. And I love the red chairs.

  88. Looks great. I love old doors too. The red chairs look fantastic with it. 🙂

  89. This turned out beautiful! Great job!
    Thank you so much for sharing this @ {nifty thrifty sunday} last week!
    I can’t wait to see more from you on Sunday!

  90. I featured this project on my blog for my favorite projects of the week! LOVE IT!! Check yourself out at http://howtonestforless.com/2011/07/08/lessons-learned-my-favorite-projects-july-8th/

  91. I love how this turned out! lvoe the color choices, love the look. I love it so much, that I am featuring it on my blog in the morning, Come grab a button, when you get a chance.

  92. Love, love love this project! Thanks so much for linking up to Share the Love Wednesday… you’re featured this week! Hope you’ll be back again–

  93. This is beyond fabulous! I just featured this tutorial on y blog today. Here is the link:


    Thanks for inspiring!

  94. Super cute! I would love to feature this on Reduce, Reuse, upcycle. Feel free to stop by and grab a featured button. Thanks!


  95. Thank you so much for linking this up! I love it! So cute! Perfect for my first blog party celebrating the 4th of July!

    I’m hosting my first ever weekly blog party and it starts today! It is called {re}create into something new! So please link up anything that you have reinvented, repurposed, recycled, revamped, reused, reorganized or redone! http://notsosimplehousewife.blogspot.com/2011/07/recreate-into-something-new-blog-party.html

    Thanks again!
    Kaitlin–The Not So Simple Housewife

  96. Holy Wowzers! Your table is awesome. I love the saw horse effect for the legs! I am kind of jealous right now. hahaha.

    I am featuring you tomorrow on SJ!


  97. Wow! Your door table is exquisite! I’m so glad I saw your post featured over at Trendy Treehouse!

    I’m inspired to go out to find a door of my own so I can make one of my own!

    New follower & fan,
    Jenn/Rook No. 17

  98. I saw your table featured with my dresser at simple home life and it’s PERFECT! I have a door that I’ve been trying to figure out what it should be. I think I know now. 🙂 It’s amazing!

  99. I love the colors and stenciling! Wonderful project! I am a new follower and was featured with you on Simple Creation’s Friday.

  100. Just wanted you to know that you were Featured at Club G.W. here

    Hope to see you next Tuesday!


  101. This is a great idea, Stacey. I am thinking it would make a great outdoor table for my classroom’s patio if it is REALLY sturdy. Did you nail the door onto the sawhorses??? Thanks.

  102. That is crazy cute there girl! How fun and colorful. Thanks for sharing Stacey at my newbie party. Have fun!~

  103. Amazing! Love the color combo, and the wording on the table is the perfect touch.

  104. Outstandingly creative and charming! Those photos of your girls are lovely too.

  105. Thanks so much for linking this up to my {re}create into something new blog party! It looks so great! I hope to see you again this week for some more {re}creations!

    I also wanted to let you know that your post was one of my favorites and so it was featured in this week’s party! Check it out! http://notsosimplehousewife.blogspot.com/2011/07/recreate-into-something-new-2.html

    Kaitlin–The Not So Simple Housewife

  106. I just love this!! I think my favorite part is the stenciling because it really personalizes it! Nice job! I am visiting from Not So Simple Housewife and am your newest follower. 🙂
    Emily @ mirrors metaphors and kaleidoscopes

  107. I ADORE this project!!! I love the color combo, the knob, and the subway art. So clever! What a fun addition to your yard 🙂

  108. This is awesome! I pinned it immediately last week when I first saw it. I really do love everything about it. I would love it if you would come link it up to the crafty link party I just started over at http://linesacrossmyface.blogspot.com

  109. This is my first time stopping by. I was led here by Tatertots and Jello and I just have to say your door table is now at the top of my list of things to try to recreate! It’s phenomenal! Do you have any advice for weatherproofing it, I’m guessing you don’t pull everything in if it rains?
    Beautiful beautiful project!

  110. Thanks Biz!
    I am loving’ it too! We are having fun having picnics there and I think this is much more fun than some boring old standard table set. Sometimes if the weather is really bad, I will bring it in, but it is generally ok outside. I put on some polyurethane for purposes of protection, but if I had to do it all over again, perhaps another
    product? The poly created a yellowish tint on the words on the table and I don’t like that at all. It definately needs a protective coat due to weather! No doubt! If you do this and find something for yours, do drop me a line to let me know what you discovered worked!! Thanks for coming by!
    Stacey :o)

  111. Thanks for linking up last week. This project is being featured this week at Lines Across My Face so come on over and grab a featured button and link up another post.
    🙂 Rachel

  112. This is absolutely AWESOME! It just screams fun! Your stripped dresser was way cool too – I’m working on a stripped piece of my own and was looking for inspiration – thanks! Oh and your girls are adorable – love the smiles!

  113. There you are… STILL loving this project! Featured you again on FJI Facebook for SNS 99 Ultimate Repurposes. 🙂



  114. It’s gorgeous! I love robins egg blue and red together as well – so pretty together! I can see why this is a popular project!!!

  115. I love the turquoise and red (and especially the hit of red from the flowers) and the summery words.

  116. I love, love, LOVE this! Just saw you from the “Favorite posts of 2011” linky party and am a new follower! Thanks for sharing! (I also love your blog name and tag line.) God bless, xo, Reannah

  117. This is truly the cutest project eva! I missed it the first time around when you linked up to my newbie party. I was away on vacation when I hosted that party. Anyhow, glad I got to see it now. Happy New year!

  118. I shared this on my face book wall!

  119. Your table turned out AWESOME! I’m excited to blog with you in 2012!!! I’m hosting a party and would LOVE for you to link up!!! XO, Aimee

    Overflowing with Creativity

  120. That is so awesome!! Now to find an old door and some chairs. Would love to do this for a patio area outfront that I haven’t done anything with in a few years!!

  121. Just adorable! Love the colors!

  122. Love, love, love. Love the paint colors and the blue & red combo just pops …

  123. So cute! Thanks for linking up!

  124. I have had this bookmarked for MONTHS!!! I LOOOOOOOVE your table!!! I’m in the process of doing what you did but in my kitchen and then for our front patio! LOVE it!! Nice job!!

  125. I am LOVING this table! The door, the colors! Everything!! So fun! 🙂 You should totally enter this project in Craftbaby’s ‘Upcycle Challenge’! http://www.craftbaby.com/contests/3/upcycle-it-sweeps

  126. That is one of the coolest cutest picnic tables I have ever seen! How smart of you to think to use a door and transform it into a table. And I think it’s cool you left the doorknob on 🙂


    p.s. coming over from bleak2unique. Lori recommended this post when she gave you the Yostie 🙂

  127. This turned out fabulous! I’d love for you to add it on my link party at: http://printabelle.com/?p=3188 Thanks!

  128. I absolutely love it and those colors are my favorites!Thanks for sharing..

  129. This is awesome i really impress by your brilliant work..
    Roman shades concord, ca

  130. How did you end up weatherproofing it? I am doing a redo of my deck and don’t have the extra cash for a new patio set right now… I’m thinking this would be perfect!!

  131. LOVE this whole idea! Nice execution too…
    especially love the summer words you came up with….

  132. what a gorgeous table!! I lvoe it. Just posted a link about this on my facebook page to your blog :O)

  133. I’m a new DIYer 😉 I used your table as color inspiration for my own backyard picnic table makeover and so far I LOVE IT!! Thanks so much for sharing. I, however, have been unsuccessful in my attempts at stenciling. Do you simply trace the stencil with a pencil then hand paint or do you paint directly on the stencil? If the later, do you use stencil adhesive? Can you tell I’m a greenhorn? lol

  134. Stacey- Hi! I’m an old reader of your blog (I’m “WhyCuzICan” we used to do alot of the same linky parties), and had to tell you I stumbled on a darling homesteading blog with this table in a post about great things they’ve seen on the web. But, they accidently didn’t have the correct link to it, so I dropped them a line and let them know who is the real owner/designer of this table… yes, the Net is a small world because I recognized your table on a homesteading blog of all places, (not trash to treasure redo one like I always posted on). Their blog is here (direct link to the page that shows this lovely table) http://www.forgottenwayfarms.com/1/post/2012/06/get-out-side-with-some-outdoor-living.html

    Yes–I remembered who did the table as soon as I saw it- your work is THAT memorable! (I haven’t blogged in a year!)
    Smiles from NW Illinois
    Suzanne (aka: WhyCuzICan)

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  136. its was creative concept furniture design..,


  137. Patti Weiss says:

    Hi! I LOVE this. I’m making a new dining patio and have very little to finance it with, so this really fits the bill, and my style. My question is, the door has cut outs that sink down a bit. Do yo find it difficult to put plates on this table? Or did you cover it with glass, or plexiglass to make the top even?

    • Hi Patti!
      Thanks for writing! Yes this is a paneled door so the recessed panels are there so yes, plates are ok overall. I just used it as is and without any issue, but you could use a glass/plexiglass top. I left the top just rest on top of the sawhorses so I thought it best to just use it as is -70it can be moved easily that way. Good luck! Would love to see what you do!

  138. Hi,

    I’m putting together a round-up on Spoonful (Disney’s crafts and cooking blog) of garage sale upcycling projects. Would you mind if I included a photo of this project and linked back to your site for the instructions?


    P.S. I tried to use your contact page, but it wouldn’t let me enter any info – just kept bumping me to a picture of a flower!

  139. I love it!! What a cute project, it is so perfect. Thanks for sharing such a great tutorial with us! 🙂

  140. Hey There! I just found this adorable table tutorial of yours via Pinterest and wanted to let you know I featured it on my blog. I linked the photo to this post so that people can find you here. Great job and I hope to make one soon myself! Thanks for sharing your creativity! -Diane

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