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  • Valerie Gale

    DIY Craft Projects using Old Vintage Windows Doors - Trash to Treasure - Architectural Salvage - I took a long narrow old window and simply added 4 table legs (they don't even match) and old trim as skirting between the legs. I painted the legs and skirting white and left the window it's faded & aged green. Painting took more time than assembly.

  • Staci Torgerson

    Sofa table via robojunker took a long narrow old window and simply added 4 table legs (they don't even match) and old trim as skirting between the legs.

  • Marsha Koster

    Old door table.

  • ~༺♥༻~ Judy ~༺♥༻~

    Attach table legs to an old window pane and you've got a cute table

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My husband and I made these for our daughter-in-laws for xmas last year....these are so fun to make.

DIY Craft Projects using Old Vintage Windows and Doors. (Pinned to remind me this would look great on our porch) There are SO many ideas to use old vintage windows, from cabinet doors, to table tops, to a canopy for your bed, etc, etc.

Shadow Box Table, Window Table, Reclaimed Window Table, Shabby Chic Window Table on Etsy, $229.00

Reader Comment and Idea: I loved this idea, but of course must add my own twist....for the windows that are 'pane-less', build this same structure and plant your morning glories in the interior and --- oh my, I can't wait to get out to the shed and get those old windows!!!

DIY Craft Projects using Old Vintage Windows Doors - Trash to Treasure - Architectural Salvage

Window pane craft @Sharon Booth, @Christen Bickel @Charity I like this idea for Mom and Dad as a Christmas gift...In case anyone runs into any random window frames. lol!

Old window pane cabinet. Cool! I have a pile of old windows waiting to become awesome. It's about more than golfing, boating, and beaches; it's about a lifestyle KW pamelakemper.com/...

Cute idea - you can put whatever you like under the window to make a "shadow box" display. I like the stamped wood they used here. But I can pretty much guarantee that one of those window panes would get broken in this house in a heartbeat!! haha

ooo - gonna find an old window and turn it into a coffee table top!