Old Windows – Not a Pane

I was recently in North Dakota visiting family and was inspired by old windows that my aunt had up-cycled into decorative pieces of art. Showcasing reclaimed windows, shutters and doors as art pieces is one of the hottest trends right now.

 Old Windows and Doors - Design meets Comfort

Old Windows and Doors - Design meets Comfort

There are so many ways you can transform old windows or doors to introduce vigor into your home. If you don’t have access or the time to repurpose old windows and doors, you can always buy new pieces to get this look in your home. Designers love unique pieces like Kincaid Furniture’s Homecoming Oak Door Desk and Uttermost’s Abelardo Panels. Let your imagination run wild and use a room screen with slats as a headboard or paned window with mirrors as art.

Homecoming Collection Desk by Kincaid - A La-Z-Boy Furniture Company

Homecoming Collection Desk by Kincaid - A La-Z-Boy Furniture Company

Homecoming Collection Desk by Kincaid - A La-Z-Boy Furniture Company

Featured Product:
Homecoming Collection Desk by Kincaid – A La-Z-Boy Furniture Company

Grandby Arch Mirror by Uttermost

Featured Product:
Grandby Arch Mirror by Uttermost

Abelardo Panels by Uttermost

Featured Product:
Abelardo Panels by Uttermost

Next time you see a unique window, it’s time to get creative!

 Check out Design Meets Comfort’s Pinterest Boards for more ‘Do it Yourself’ inspiration.

Author:

Linda Jackley

Interior Designer

Allied Member ASID

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2 thoughts on “Old Windows – Not a Pane

  1. Hi Linda, what a great post! I love scouting flea markets and antique shops and will your ideas keep in mind next time I make a fabulous find. Thanks for sharing these creative ideas! Greetings from Down Under.

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