Four and a half years after we moved in, and nearly $400 later, we’re going to have a closet door in my office.
That’s Sean. He’s the contractor we worked with on the basement. We still have a lot of our tools in storage, so I called him to install the closet door for us.
Part of the high cost lies in trying to match the existing hardware of our hundred-year-old house. (101 years, actually.)
I’m going with this old-fashioned doorknob. It’s not a perfect match, but it’s pretty close. And speaking of matching: the doors don’t. I’ll be painting the closet door white though, and most likely the door to the office as well too, so that won’t be a problem.
No more makeshift curtain hung from a tension rod!