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For some a window without the glass might look like a lost opportunity while for others it looks like Christmas. Missing the glass on a great window limits your possibilities of course but you can always replace it if you really want something extraordinary that contains glass. The gallery below will prove you that there still are extraordinary things to materialize with an old vintage looking window. Just scroll down and prepare to be surprised.
Start easily with simple photos on a string. Inexpensive, easy to upgrade and beautiful.
When you can afford the upgrade you can add some frames. You can use it as a headboard in the bedroom.
A seasonal decoration can fill your window.
With a wire mesh you can organize your accessories beautifully.
With the right window you can create that chalkboard seven day calendar and write your important tasks.
Composite organizer can work as well.
Just add some wine corks and create a very textured pinboard.
Frame in frame.
You can nestle memories in a vintage manner.
Succulents would be more than honored to sit in an upcycled window, making the world even a better place then they with their own existence.
Simple strings to accommodate your winter decor.
In the summer kitchen you can use it to keep certain things at hand.
Frame in frame display of memories.
Mason jars with candles hanged in an old wooden frame, coziness and warmth at the highest level.
Bring christmas closer through a simple frame.
Welcome your guests or clients with a responsible upcycling project.
Create a magnet board, showcase your collection of magnets and organize your chores.
Print on burlap a seasonal greeting and create the ultimate christmas decor.
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Page 1– Simple and Beautiful Ways to Recycle an Old Window
Page 2 – Ideas Containing Recycled Windows That Are Flat or Non-paneled
Page 3– Ideas for Using Salvaged Windows With Wooden Sashed Panels
Page 4– Ideas for Using Old Windows That Have No Glass