Purchasing some new windows is always a fun experience, isn’t it? We never feel more accomplished or grown-up than we do when those bad boys are first installed. This is all well and good but that leaves us with a very unique issue. What are we supposed to do with all of those old window panes that we are no longer going to be using?
Thanks to this amazing do it yourself tutorial, this issue is now taken care of for good. We love furniture pieces that provide a certain amount of rustic appeal and this project certainly fits the bill. These repurposed windows also offer a pretty sweet bonus: they just so happen to look really, really cool. That’s what it is all about when it comes to our home decor, honestly.
The piece that you are about to learn more about gives your home that extra razzle-dazzle that can be so hard to come by at times. Any home could use a little bit of extra zing and pep, of course. This is furniture that really pops, and best of all, it is on the house. See what we did there? All jokes aside, this project is super light on the budget.
You do not need to head out for any ridiculously expensive supplies. There are absolutely no hidden caveats to speak of here. Projects like these also make us feel good because of the recycling aspect involved. Old window panes are the type of item that usually ends up being lost or discarded in a haphazard manner.
If we can avoid these types of problems going forward, we are all for it. In many instances, proper disposal of old window panes consists of a trip to the junkyard. Let’s all do our part and help each other steer clear of the usual annoyances. We would also like to take this time to give a special shout out to Leeann Lee. It’s easy to see why they call her the diva of DIY!
This is a great idea to pass along to anyone who is taking advantage of the unexpected downtime to take on some overdue home renovation. Replacing your windows is also a great idea when winter is around the corner. This simple step ensures that we are able to seal off any unseen cracks and crevices that cause cold air to accumulate indoors.SKM: below-content placeholder