I like to always clean my house thoroughly just before fall kicks in. We all do that. When I do the cleaning, I always want to trash any garbage that might have been left in the house, but this time, something very drastic happened, and I’m really excited about it.
I happened to come across an old window that seemed so useless and I felt like just throwing it away, but then I came across this cool video that changed everything. I can’t believe this!
You see, I love DIYs, and this information just happened to offer me that. Apparently, there’s just so much I can do with an old window, from doing decorations to making new furniture. I never knew that!
Now I’m down to this cool business of upcycling my old windows to add some better looks to my home, and you’ll love this video for that.Check it out and let’s know which project you think is your favorite.When are you trying this?
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Turn your old window into a cool coffee table with storage.
Or make a table for your porch.
You can create beautiful shelving for your living room or bathroom.
You can even transform windows into a shower stall door.
Make yourself a rustic headboard.
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Organize your jewelry with an old window.
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Create a gorgeous picture frame for your wall.
Milk and Honey Design
Or try a picture frame that holds multiple photos.
Make a serving tray out of an old window.
Hang a window on your wall as a coat rack.
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Use multiple window frames as a room divider.
You can even make yourself the perfect planter.
Repurpose a bunch of windows into a backyard shed.
After Dinner Design
Or make a stunning greenhouse for your plants.
You can use old windows to cover your flower or vegetable garden.
Make a cool chalkboard out of an old window.
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Which of these window upcycles would you want in your home? Let us know in the comments!
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