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Watch the latest Refashioning with WallPops video below and learn how you can easily create your own pretty patchwork door!

Make a true décor statement by fashioning your own decorative entryway! Whether you’re aiming for a look that is sophisticated or trendy, bringing fresh style to a rooms entrance, closet doors or even kitchen cabinets, allows you to not only make a bold first impression, but gives you the freedom to add a punch of personal flavor to your homes interior.

Project Tools:

1. Your Choice of WallPops Blox

2. Scissors and/or X-Acto Knife

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Fashion plain door panels with a favorite pattern or color for an instantaneous décor boost

Tips & Tricks When Fashioning a Statement Door:

1. When measuring door panels, measure each individual panel because sizes may vary

2. Add 0.5″ to measurements, this will give you room to make mistakes and not cause you to have to start over

3. Easily remove excess material by trimming along edges with an X-Acto Knife

The video shows just two of the countless ways you can quickly and easily revamp the look of your door. Remember, fashioning a statement door is all about having fun, while experimenting with different ideas and design combinations until you find the one that fits. Make sure to take a peek below for a few of our other favorite door transformations…

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13 Comments

  1. Reply

    tonita keith

    July 29, 2014

    Need bathroom designs – flowers

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    Amber Davidson

    March 11, 2015

    I need front door ideas for a t11 siding and hunter green roof. Also curb apeal ideas but
    not to pricey we have 3 children and just bought our home trying hard to make it our own and as you know life isn’t cheap thank you for your advice
    The Davidsons

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    Janet Murphy

    November 27, 2015

    I would love some ideas for garage door windows. I have your wall pops snowflakes on the windows right now, but would love some Spring ideas. Many of the motifs I’ve tried don’t fit the smaller windows, either the designs are too large or just don’t fit that size window.

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      admin

      December 1, 2015

      Hi Janet – we would love to see a picture of your garage windows now! If you are looking for smaller designs, the minipops may be a good option for you. The pink daisies and meadow flowers would be pretty for Spring.

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    Barbara Stephens

    November 28, 2015

    I run an assisted living facility for alzheimers residents. I need ideas on how to camoflage an exit door.

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      admin

      December 1, 2015

      Hi Barbara
      We have several designs for doors, not sure if this would attract more attention to the exit door, or camouflage it? Check them out here. We also have peel & stick wallpaper called NuWallpaper which would be a great way to cover a door. http://www.wallpops.com/nuwallpaper.aspx Best of luck with your decor project, we would love to hear how it turns out!

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    Terry Seivers

    December 31, 2015

    I live in a rental and don’t want to spend a great deal of money. I have 63 x 6 glass windows on both sides. The door is black. Who paints their door black? So I am limited on what colors or designs I can chose. Do you have any suggestions?

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    Noelene Atkins

    August 24, 2016

    My front door has plain tinted glass in it. I would like something to make it look attractive but I still want to be able to see through it. The door is cream, we have brown brick and black roof so something lacy in black perhaps?

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    Wally

    September 7, 2016

    Hi There
    Do you have any designs that look like leadlight and would be suitable for an aluminium entrance door (the door is not exposed to the weather
    Kind Regards
    Wally

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