Thursday, March 12, 2015

Decorating With Old Windows

Hola Amigas, if you follow my blog you might remember a previous post of mine on 
How To Decorate With Old Doors ? Well, I got so much lovely comments and new visitors 
from that post, I decided to put together another collage for you, this time on inspiration on 
"HOW TO DECORATE WITH OLD WINDOWS". So here ya go sweets...
I know you will be inspired by all the talented bloggers out there....I know my head is 
still spinning from putting the collage together!




I tried real hard to link back to the original source of the pictures. Please let me know if I made a mistake somewhere and I will change it ASAP. 


This frame belongs to my BESTEST friend Michi from Bavaria. She does not have a 
blog, she send me this pic a while back and I loaded it onto Pinterest. Here is the link


This window frame is ours, hanging in our powder room.
Here is a link to that blog post http://littlebrags.blogspot.com


















































































































 I hope you got some great ideas here today, I know I will
be on the look-out for more old windows!!!!!! 


If you liked the "old window inspiration", you may want to
catch up on this previous post on "old door inspiration"
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48 comments:

  1. Love this! We have a set of windows that hung out in my husband's parents garage for years, then our garage for years before we finally put them up in the entry way. We really love them, but I have had a hard time figuring out how to style them. This gives me lots of inspiration.

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  2. This is an AMAZING round up! THANKS for including my large and in charge window! Can you believe I found that at a church garage sale for $1?!?!?!? They practically begged me to take it. http://www.southernstateofmindblog.com/

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  3. Hi Christine, what a fabulous Round UP of so many beautiful and charming old windows. Thank you so much for including mine and letting me know. I'll share it on my fb page later also. Have a wonderful day, Lisa at Concord Cottage

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  4. WOW!! This is amazing and so honored to be featured!! Thank you so much!! So much inspiration here!! I will be pinning away!! Thanks again so much!!

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  5. Nice collection of ideas. Thank you for including one from my web page.
    Margo

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  6. One idea better than the next. I am delighted. Ania

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  7. Awesome collection of ideas! I'm honored you included one of mine. And come to think of it...I have old windows displayed in 3 different rooms of my house! They are a great way to creatively fill up a large wall space!:)

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  8. Aren't those amazing pictures worth a thousand words... and a thousand ideas? I love those old windows. Upside-down, inside out, broken, filled, painted, stripped... is there any place they can't go? I love the more modern look (THANK YOU for including my living room from bles-id) and I love that those windows I got for FREE perfectly went into that decor. But they are equally at home in shabby chic or traditional spaces. You've got me crushing on old windows again! Wonderful post, I was able to get a ton of ideas!

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  9. LOVE LOVE LOVE this! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. YES! You are more than welcome to share my photos with a link back! I appreciate it! :) What an AWESOME round up of window ideas!!! :)

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  11. You're totally right!! There is sooo much gorgeous inspiration Christina! Wow! I found one at an antique place back in the fall and absolutely love it on our fireplace mantle! So fun to change it seasonally! Thanks so much for putting this together... I know it takes a lot of time! Have a great weekend, friend!
    Kendra @ www.joyinourhome.com

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  12. Wow, there are so many great ideas here, I love them all!

    Tania

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  13. My goodness, I have never seen so many innovative ideas using old windows, how clever they are used, I would not have ever thought of so many neat ways they can be used. I love them all. Id have to go back to my home town to find some for use.
    Thanks for hosting and for sharing on Friday Features this week.
    Have a great weekend.
    Hugs
    Karren

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  14. Great collection of ideas Christine! I used to paint old windows and sell them, I have a few left hanging here and there, I need to repurpose! Thanks~
    Jenna

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  15. Great ideas, thanks for your post
    Ingrid

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  16. OMG! This is perfect. Now I know what to do with all those windows my husband brings home from the side of the road! Really...thanks. You saved him.

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  17. I love this collection! As I am scrolling through I got a great idea from this! My husband and I run a community theatre for the arts and we are in the process of decorating it. I have an old window and I love the idea of the shutters on either side. We have a resident artist who can paint a scene on the glass and make it a really neat thing to hang on the wall. Pinned this whole collection.

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  18. I never knew there were so many ways to use old windows! I got a lot of ideas here. Thanks for sharing.

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  19. Thx for linking to my blog...this is an awesome roundup!!

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  20. Oh, how I love this post, Christine!

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  21. Hands down my favorite post of the night! I love old windows and this collection of old window projects is awesome! Now I just need to find me some old window panes! I would absolutely love for you to share this at my new link party Making Memories Mondays going on now! :-)
    Cathy@threekidsandafish{dot}com

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  22. So great to find so many window inspirations. Always on look out for old wood windows but seem to be in short supply where we live (west of Grand Junction, CO). Then if I do find one it's so outrageously expensive no way can I afford it, dadgumit.
    Have got to find a source I can afford.
    Your photos from blogs are so great. Had to print out few of them so I don't forget wonderful ideas for them. Glad you shared this so much. Happy week

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  23. WOW, you've put together a great roundup for us. Thanks. Now I just needs some old windows to work with. LOL

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  24. What an awesome collection you've put together, Christine!! Thank you so much for the inspiration! After months of pondering-I FINALLY know what to do with one of my chippy windows!!

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  25. Wow. What a collection. I can't pick a favorite there are so many incredible ideas. Thanks for compiling them. And I love yours, a really nice way to remind everyone to wash up!

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  26. What a great roundup! I love old windows and use them a lot in my home. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  27. Great inspiration!! Love your roundup! Thank you for sharing with us at VMG206 Brag About It!

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  28. Great ideas. Now I just need to find some old windows!! Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday!

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  29. What an awesome round up!! I love the one in the fireplace. Oh! There are so many pretty ideas. Thanks for linking up to The Creative Circle.

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  30. So many great ideas here...I think my favorites are the map one and the WASH one with the photos...too cute!

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  31. So many great ideas here...I think my favorites are the map one and the WASH one with the photos...too cute!

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  32. So many great ideas here...I think my favorites are the map one and the WASH one with the photos...too cute! Going to paste this to my DIL's FB :)

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  33. So many great ideas here...I think my favorites are the map one and the WASH one with the photos...too cute! Going to paste this to my DIL's FB :)

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  34. What a fantastic assortment of ideas for old windows. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick
    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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  35. These are great decorations! I appreciate decor such as these.

    Thanks for sharing at Inspire Me Mondays!

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  36. What a fantastic collection of old windows! You have inspired me to keep my eye out for one. Thank you!

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  37. Thanks for sharing this with us at Pin-Worthy Wednesday! I have an old window I picked up at a flea market awhile back, that I have yet to use.

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  38. These are all such great ideas! I wish I had an old window to use for decoration! Thanks for sharing over at Motivational Monday last week. I hope you'll join us again this week: http://makingitinthemitten.blogspot.com/2015/03/motivational-monday-march-22nd.html

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  39. Such an incredible round-up! So much inspiration here :) Thanks for linking up to our Pretty Preppy Party! xoxo

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  40. Thanks so much for linking up at Totally Terrific Tuesday! Glad to feature you and this post and all of the hard work that goes into doing a round up! So many wonderful ideas. I have about 15 windows I need to get to work on lol! Have a wonderful week
    Jess
    LIveRandomlySimple

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  41. Fabulous roundup of window decorating ideas. Thank you!

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  42. I'm so inspired! Thank you for sharing your post with us at Totally Terrific Tuesday Link Party. If you haven't linked up this week, be sure to stop by. The party is still going on! Enjoy the rest of your week!
    Christie ~ Sparkles of Sunshine

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