If you’re wondering how you can decorate with small, wooden window frame groupings, I have some fabulous ideas for you. My absolute favorite idea is used outside or maybe in the corner of your porch. You can arrange the windows to build a small, glass house (or green house) and place some plants inside. Start by making a cube out of four of the windows, this works best if the windows are of similar sizing. Then angle two more windows slanting over the top like a roof.Get more information here. http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/dc/roundup/subtle-sophistication-black-frame-windows-151545 This makes a fabulous and functional display case. The glass allows in light and holds in moisture, but still vents out excess moisture and allows fresh air flow. This works particularly well when the nightly temperatures start dipping because the plants inside are kept frost free. It is easy and requires minimal time and hardware. You could also free hang old windows 6-10″ inside of the windows in your home or apartment. It’s a lovely accent and looks especially shabby chic if the paint is worn in some areas. You can create this look by using sandpaper to wear off some of the paint. Groups of windows can also be hung on walls in groups as focal points on a large blank wall or in a long hallway. Work with multiple ideas and strategies to decorate with small, wooden window frame groupings, and consider painting the frames in colors that accent your room.
October 14, 2011
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