Thank you so much to all of our guests, and to all of you who read, shared #AllThingsWindows and linked up! We have had a great week, and we hope you’ve found some great help and inspiration for your windows. Here are some of our favorites from the link party — and it’s open for a few more days so you can still add yours if you haven’t! Link up at the bottom of the post!
50+ DIY Window Projects
House on the Way used placemats to create this fabulous faux bamboo shade:
This window cornice is lovely! Get the tutorial over at Being Home.
If you’re looking for a few more uses for those salvaged windows, try these!
Art is Beauty used a graphic and stencil to create this lovely window — love the red!
Oh Everything Handmade used this glassless old window as part of her winter and Christmas decor — the string of lights around the edge is perfect!
Kristen Duke from Capturing Joy used an old window as a photo frame and shared a tip for printing photos at just the right size for each pane.
I love these black painted window mullions that Design OCD shared! Black is so nice to add some classic drama to a room.
See that curtain rod? It started out as the super cheap basic window rod! See how One More Time Events dressed it up to match her decor.
Instead of just using old windows, use an old shutter on your window! Check it out over at 22 Applegate Lane.
An upholstered cornice is such a classy look to dress up any window. Learn how to build your own from Worthington Court.
You saw that we love stenciled curtains! The pattern and color on these by Create and Babble curtains is lovely – and she created the stencil herself!
See more window projects (and add yours) here — and happy DIYing!
Lorene has been behind the scenes here at Remodelaholic for more than a decade! She believes that planning projects and actually completing them are two different hobbies, but that doesn't stop her from planning at least a dozen projects at any given time. She spends her free time creating memories with her husband and 5 kids, traveling as far as she can afford, and partaking of books in any form available.