Our front door seems to have developed this weird gap at the bottom. We have a flappy thing (technical term) on it, but the gap remains.
Gaps on doors = drafts. Drafts = money you're spending on heat going right out the damn door.
Troy came up with a brilliant temporary fix.
Emphasis on temporary.
When my mother-in-law and I went to IKEA to pick out Jack's big boy bed, we spent a few minutes in the "As Is" section. For those of you not familiar with IKEA, the "As Is" section contains returns, slightly dinged items, floor models, and other miscellaneous slightly damaged items.
During our perusal of the As Is section, I found a gorgeous orange curtain panel that had been ripped on one side. It was a 84 inch panel, which meant a ton of fabric. For $3. Booyah! It was like an orange beacon of light, saving me from the rolled up beach towel.
Just a head's up, the photos in this post are TERRIBLE. I've decided that bright orange is an impossible photo to photograph. If anyone knows anything about cameras, please tell me in moron language, how to take a photo of orange that isn't blown out.
To make the door stop:
1) I cut a 60 inch strip from the panel.