Here are some ideas of what to do with old windows:
Multi-paneled mirrors like this piece from Pottery Barn sure look an awful lot like windows anyway, right? For a poor man’s version, why not use the real deal? Take an old window frame that’s crying out for a little face time, and attach small pieces of mirror (or mirrored acrylic) inside the panes. Hang it on your wall, and voilà.
Stained Glass Window
Etsy vendor SemperNova, who rescues and reinvents furniture and home decor items destined for the landfill, had a beauty of an idea: Turn a humble old window frame into a stained-glass showcase.
Michigan crafter Catherine Spencer found a window on the side of the road and turned it into a jewelry holder. She screwed a piece of scrap wood across the bottom to create a little shelf for rings, pins, and odd pieces that can’t be hung up.
~~My Repurposed Life
What’s the difference between this old window….
… and this drying rack (as seen in Country Living)?
I’ll tell you what’s the difference: You. With a little bit of your love and attention, an old window (and a piece of beadboard) can have a whole new lease on life in your laundry room.
Doesn't this look cozy!
This would look great with black and white pictures!
This would look great in my garden! What a way to accent your beautiful flowers! ~A Well Loved Home
Keep your eyes open for old windows! You can find them just about anywhere such as garage sales, on the curb, flea markets or salvage stores.