Wooden Shutters for My Entryway & How-To Tutorial

I really haven’t fallen off the face of the earth, but I’m still in New Mexico with my family, and it’s been a bit of a roller coaster ride and a difficult time, but I’m not ready to share about it just yet, but I can say prayers for my whole family would be appreciated right now.

I did want to take a moment to show you the wooden shutters my husband and I finished for our entryway before I went out of state.

Originally I had hung some drop cloth curtains in the windows as a temporary window covering, until I could decide what I wanted.  One day I was looking at the barn door cabinet my husband built into the wall, and I realized that some wooden shutters would compliment the cabinet door.

DIY Farmhouse Wooden Shutters

You’ll find the full tutorial for these wooden shutters HERE.


Thanks so much for continuing to follow along while I’m out of state.  I have several guest bloggers with some great posts I think you’ll love, but I’ll be updating you more about what’s going on soon.

You can see more of our entryway HERE.




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  1. Angie, I’m so sorry that it is such a difficult time for you and I wish you and your family all the best.
    The shutters are perfect! I love them.
    Sending positive thoughts and hugs,

  2. Hi Angie – These are gorgeous! Will be sure to pin and read the tutorial. Continued prayers and blessings for your family. Hugs, Holly

  3. The shutters are amazing…I sure would love to be able to create some for my home!

    I am so very sorry to hear that your family is experiencing difficulties, Angie…of course I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers and will send many powerful positive healing vibes out to you all. How I so dearly hope things get much better and brighter for you and your family very soon!

  4. Karen Robbins says

    I will keep your family in my thoughts and prayers. So sorry you are all having to go through these troubling times. I really love the shutters. They fit in so well and I love that look. It fits in so well with the door. Wish I could use them on my windows.

  5. Looks fantastic!!

  6. Prayers for you and your family.
    Love the shutters!

  7. Keeping you all in my prayers, Angie! Sending good thoughts your way!
    The shutters turned out beautifully!

  8. I love the shutters…and I’ll be praying for you and your family.

  9. I love the shutters! My prayers for you and your family. Hugs,

  10. Love the shutters and my continued prayers for you and your family, Angie

  11. Margaret Mills says

    Love the shutters! Prayers for you and your family!

  12. Shutters are darling! Tutorial not working to connect! Hang in there! Prayers!

  13. Marlene Stephenson says

    Love shutters thanks for thinking of us,i certainly have been wondering about you,prayers coming your way and know God is there taking care of all of it.

  14. God Bless from Canada for you, your Dad and family.

    Shutters are just what my house needs.

  15. SusanIrene says

    Hopeful thoughts, comforting wishes, and many prayers are sent to you and your family in this difficult time.

  16. Hallo Angie
    Wens u heel veel sterkte,en gebed voor u en familie.
    groeten uit nederland


  17. Peace to you and your family. The shutters have inspired me to change out the curtains on the back doors to folding louvered vintage shutters. Less fabric clutter, same shade for the room.

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