Nice DIY Decorative Door Stoppers

Most of the things in our life appear unexpectedly. You never know who is the person you are going to marry, where you might work or what other chances and surprises life might offer you. Although you might be a very organized person, who wants to know everything and has the impression that everything goes to your plans there is always a place or time for a surprise. Life is unexpected and offers many unexpected moments. The idea is to know and be prepared to face them all because some of these moments can be nice but others are not so pleasant.

Door Stoppers

Take for example my case when these days one of our interior doors broke .We had to fnd a way to keep it open because we were risking to remain blocked on one side of it. A door stopper was a great idea but we had not one so we had to improvise something. For the moment we used a screw that was on the post of. This was an unexpected event which was not so pleasant.

Door Stoppers

Door Stoppers

Door Stoppers

Fortunately I have seen this interesting DIY project that refers to some nice DIY Decorative Door Stoppers. If you have such materials like some “large craft finials”, some paint and a pack of furniture bumpers you can create some practical door stoppers that can prove to be very useful.{found on landeeseelandeedo}

Published by in DIY Projects, on October 23rd, 2011


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