Window Salvage

May 3rd, 2012 in member junk     
Bec4 Becky Lamb, contributor
12 users recommend

I painted salvaged pieces of trim, pallet boards, bulletin board frames (I take off and save the thin wood frames from garage sale bulletin boards to use the cork) and beadboard and then added them to an old window sash.  Because I only had very skinny pieces of interior window trim or sash to attach the painted wood to and only shorter pieces of wood I was "forced" to come up with this idea to use the wood in 2 different directions.  The problem resulted in a fun, almost quilt like pattern.

Pattern or design used: My own design - Becky
posted in: member junk, wood, cottage, artwork, eclectic, funky, paint

Comments (7)

PlumRad Vintage writes: I love it just like it is, another thought is you could hang something in the middle of each window like a framed picture or some old rusty metal thing, horse shoe/gear/pulley, or just mix it up. Good Job! Posted: 8:10 am on May 27th
bigdogmom1960 writes: I like it! The "Force" was definitely with you! Posted: 1:22 pm on May 17th
DallyGirlVintage writes: Love the colors and the different directions of the wood. Very cool! Posted: 9:15 am on May 7th
alifemorepalletable writes: absolutely lovely! Posted: 7:39 pm on May 6th
annebell writes: I LOVE this! It's so fun and so interesting. It is a lot like a quilt. Great work! Posted: 6:47 am on May 5th
gadgetsponge writes: Totally great piece. I really like your colors and distressed looks. This one is no exception. The directions of the boards are very appealing. Posted: 1:51 pm on May 4th
CountryJunkSale writes: Very neat! I have a friend that did a similar thing. He used pieces of painted wood in a window frame to make a picture. Posted: 10:41 pm on May 3rd
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