2. Window as Window-Seems obvious enough but what a cute idea. Hang an old window on your fence with a flower box beneath and you create some visual interest on that long expanse of boring fence. Love it!
3. Headboard-I’ve toyed with this idea as well. We have two old beautiful doors from the early 1900′s (that were the original doors from our last home and somehow made their way into the basement of this home. I love the idea of covering some, but not all, of the panes in coordinating fabrics.
4. Frames- This clever lady used a bunch of old windows to frame some of her favorite pictures. A great, cheap way to frame-up your art.
Another window frame. Here someone has used a chandelier vinyl rub-on and backed it with some old sheet music. (By the way, sheet music is very “in” right now. People are using it in all sorts of projects.)
5. Quilt Display-I’m not sure how many people have a bunch of old quilts they are willing to cut-up and place in back of an old window, so how about scrapbook paper? Or perhaps that pile of clothes/linens that you’re no longer using? Coordinating paper or fabric would also work to make a one of a kind piece of art.
6. Table-Okay, so this last idea takes some skill that I don’t think I quite yet possess, but I love this idea so it’s getting included. Buy some table legs at Lowes or Home Depot and nail them onto your window (or beg a crafty friend, husband, or perhaps father to do it for you).