How to Use an Old Window with No Glass
Sometimes, life gets to the best of us, even lovely old windows. But you can still put those old window frames to use! Try these ideas for glassless old windows.
String up twine and make a photo card display (by Sunnybrook Farm Designs)
Hang regular photo frames inside the old window (by The Rowe Fam)
Or on top of it (from Down to Earth Style)
Or use ribbon to hang photos in each pane (from Design Build Love).
or a nice photo display (on Rusty Rooster Vintage).
Staple painted fabric inside to make a decorative sign (from Denise on a Whim)
Use wire and knobs to create a jewelry organizer (found on Etsy).
Hang it up high in the kitchen to create a pot rack (by The Frugal Girls).
Paint a piece of wood with chalkboard paint to create a message board or calendar (from House by Hoff)
Stick a piece of sheet metal in the window to create a magnetic chore chart (by Decor Allure).
Use strung twine to create a display for memorabilia or seasonal items (at Funky Junk Interiors).
Hang mason jars with tealights to create a nice ambient light (via Beauty and Bedlam).
DIY up a command center from your old window (from Junk Market Style)
Make a vertical garden for succulents (at Second Chance to Dream).
Create a memo board – chalkboard combo (via Beyond the Picket Fence)
Organize your family with a wine cork corkboard (at Mom4Real)
Hang Christmas ornaments or other small collectibles in the panes (by A Diamond in the Stuff)
On the next page: things you can build from old windows –>
page 1: Great ways to use old windows
page 2: Ideas for using old windows that are flat glass
page 3: How to use an old window with pane dividers
page 6: Using old windows in your yard and garden