This re-purposed window can be great for a nook, mudroom or kitchen. There are some strategies to get this look. Remove the panes and use the window frame as an overlay on a chalkboard you currently have, or you can use chalkboard paint to paint the glass panes.
Using wire as an underlay for an old window with extra hooks is not only beautiful and amazing, it is functional as well. You can use the crystal knobs to hang the cups, as the ideal addition to any dessert station or coffee bar. You can add cooking utensils, towels, or pot holders to customize this looks.
You can add safety glass to an old window frame with a few extra scraps of wood. This can make an eye-catching vitrine coffee table to keep your movies, books, or magazines stylishly on display.
This old window appears shabby stylish with a new spring wreath. The window’s calming whites, dresser, and picture frame add serenity to the room with a pop of earthy browns and greens. Try taking this idea in various ways by using colors and adding your customized wreath to the mix.
A towel rack and pipe clamps are fitted onto an old window to make this functional and beautiful bathroom piece. The clamps are holding the mason jars in place for storage. Under the panes is a background of chevron fabric and lastly, a wreath hanging over the center of the window. It’s an entirely custom-made idea that will work for any bathroom.
A customized constructed cabinet is made from scrap wood to fit this old window. The window is then installed and used as a door to transform it into a rustic medicine cabinet. The various items inside the cabinet are useful bathroom items.
Two similar old windows are hung next to each other over a dining area with the word “family” displayed. Photos of the family members are installed behind the glass, making one big family display. It’s the best idea for a well-illuminated room that has big walls.
An old frame with an additional flower box is the best decoration for a backyard garden. This flower box and window frame combination is painted a slight robin’s egg blue using the dry brush tactic. The pastel pink flowers, wooden backdrop and vintage ivory plates bring about a traditionally gorgeous spring scene.
An old frame perched on a fireplace will add a nice, rustic touch to a stylish mantel. With no glass, you can use the window mullions to rest painted wooden letters on top. It’s possible to add your special word to change this look, or probably even your family name for a personalized mantel.
The design’s simplicity is clean and stylish with perfect symmetry. This gorgeous art would look fantastic in any room that has sufficient natural light and wall space.