A yard FENCE made out of DOORS

Here’s a great recycle project, but is better to scrape & paint them. Did you decide on building a fence but aren’t quite sure what design to choose and how the final result will look? How about these fences made out of old doors? Old wooden doors can be turned into useful and quite nice-looking fences.

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14 Responses to “A yard FENCE made out of DOORS”

  1. Gina says:

    Remarkable. This would make a nice windbreak or snow barrier for a chicken pen or other animals living outside.

  2. Katarzyna says:

    You are basically promoting an easy way of lead poisoning for the whole household and the neighbours! “but is better to scrape & paint them”- have you heard of lead safe decoration practices?

  3. Sherry says:

    1/2 Doors….I have a 4 lb Chihuahua! lol

  4. Marcia Beth Roberts says:

    I love new ways of recycling things! Great idea ❤

  5. Connie says:

    Great idea. I love it!

  6. Lisa says:

    How do you fasten them into the ground to keep them standing up??? I know, it’s probably a dumb question!!

  7. Victoria says:

    I love these! I hope to one day have the door fence. Then our Labradoodle could be outside and no worries of her jumping the fence.

  8. Silta says:

    So Beautiful I Dream of Having my Own Place so I could do things like this!

  9. Jo Eddy says:

    The last door fence is mine and you did NOT HAVE PERMISSION TO PUBLISH IT … please contact me at7402135351
    I want to know where you got that picture and who sent it to you !

  10. Jo Eddy says:

    The last photo on this site is MY door fence in my backyard . You did NOT HAVE MY PERMISSION TO PUBLISH THIS PHOTO.
    I want to know where you got it and who submitted it ! Please contact me immediately, before I contact my attorney.
    Thank you ,
    Jo Eddy , Woodsfield Ohio 43793

  11. Bea says:

    Don’t scrape them, that’s where all the character is! Maybe a couple coats of clear poly to protect them, but NOTHING else!

  12. Mary Lou says:

    Love the ‘door’ fence. So many possibilities.

  13. Sandy says:

    They use a post in between each one and attach it with brackets to the door and post.

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