We’ve done so much to the cabin I don’t even no where to start! Well, how about with the door. A few weeks back we built a whole front to seal the draft of the cabin. Even earlier we stumbled upon a stoop sale where we scored an Ikea tabletop for $10 that seemed more ideal as a door. Then just further up the way in Bed Stuy we bought the inner portion of an old mantle for $15. We put ‘em together and WAH-BAMM, a creepy Medieval feeling door. We added two big hand-pulls that we got at the Connecticut farmhouse. Because nothing in the cabin is really square we were left with a very uneven gap between the door and the existing frame. But with some creatively cut 2x4’s, shims, and some awesome old tin molding scored from an apartment remodel on the lower east side, we were able to make a square, snug, and pretty looking door frame. The door fits so snugly in fact we don’t even need any hardware to keep it shut tight, just a little shove.