I‘ve gotten quite a few questions regarding old/vintage windows. Here are some ideas I was able to find online:
- Pot rack
- Bed canopy
- Drying rack
- Memo board
- Shadow box
- Flower box
I have some in my house and they are mainly used in decorating/on display at this time (saving some of these genius ideas for future DIY!)
Chalkboard paint makes this old window a message center at our barn patio!
(baby shower decorating)
Also at the barn patio, this old window paired with an old crate makes an fun end table:
plan on doing these windows on the wall in our dining room makeover but for right now, I love looking at them here.
nd this one in the back entryway. I plan on using chalk board paint on another one I have that looks just like this to use as a weekly planner. Whoa! While looking for some ideas I came across a video tutorial for the chalkboard planner at BHG. Click here
to see it. 🙂
There’s even one hanging out by the herb garden awaiting a DIY project:
So, I set out to find some other ideas and hit the jackpot! So many beautiful window projects! Here are a few. Click the links for more information, tutorials and inspiration!
Make a cabinet like the beautiful one at My Repurposed Life!
would love to make a drying rack!
with more inspiration!
My favorite find in my search for window projects was this site. I met Margo at Robojunker.com. Here are her projects. I love windows as tables.
and her blog, Robojunker.com
– has an entire section dedicated to DIY window eye candy. Pop over for TONS of more inspiration! Check it out!
Do you have a DIY window project? Email me pictures and/or a link and show off!
How beautiful is this window framing antique teaspoons? I love it!
Details at Nestled in Rosenberg.
Look at an old window framing pictures submitted by Lisa. What a pretty way to display favorite pictures!
Christy at Sliding Down the Stairs has some creative DIY window projects too.
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