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antique windows made into mini greenhouse
Old window frame green house!
A Yard Conservatory - Looks like it was made with recycled windows.
Make from old #garden interior #garden interior design #garden design
Old window frames get a new life as a mini and 'oh so sweet' glass house.
A Yard Conservatory - click on this link for the full construction process for this gorgeous mini greenhouse ... from Brambleberry Cottage blog: http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.ca/2010/08/tips-and-tricks-tuesday-8-how-to.html
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Yes, idea is good but not practical. You can't keep it covered all the time. And if you keep it open, wind will just blow it apart.
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i congrat you for this idea :D
Shabby shack made from old windows. Love this!!
Put this on the honey-do list!
This is so clever!!
If only my dad could be here...the last one he built belongs to our neighbor and they don't want to sell it to me..it's almost like this one.
lovely upcycle, made with old windows -- Garden Shed by Calico Apron, via Flickr
some kind of scroll decoration for above my front windows?
greenhouse... studio...dining room...
this is a great idea - great summer house
Just what I'm looking for
Old Windows/ Greenhouse
Thats a really good idea, I will try this next year.
Neat idea...Recycle purpose too!!!
I so made those About 15 years ago.
Greenhouse made of vintage doors and windows
Oh, I love this....a small one for my half table made with picture frames..Moss covered decorative rocks piled inside...a birds nest from my daughters...sprig of dried green Hydrangeas...yes...
Greenhouse in the backyard...I want the rain barrel with spigot!
Perhaps one could make this with old windows and windowed doors.
Thanks Annette Engols