Upcycled Window Frame

February 8th, 2009 in member junk     
SemperNova SemperNova, member
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Lifes A Beach Mirror Window Frame

Life's A Beach Mirror Window Frame

Here's a classic examples of a window restyled! Where once it was looked out of, it now can be looked in to.

We’ve just given her a little day trip to our favorite beach and brought the winter beauty into full view! A little distressing with fresh paint, mirror glass and some adorable iron hooks, turns this throw-away into a treasured keepsake.

This mirror was treated with a coat of rich brown/red then covered with ivory and lightly shabbied to add character. A coat of varathane was the finishing touch.

View not included!

Approx. Dimensions: 37" x 25"

Pattern or design used: My own design - SemperNova
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Comments (11)

suewhitney writes: This is fabulous! Love the fact that you took it on a little day trip. All good junk needs a break from the every day grind!

Thanks for sharing,

The view is beautiful! Posted: 10:42 am on March 10th
luvstojunk writes: I love old windows, so many things you can do with them. Your window and view is so beautiful!!! Posted: 10:50 am on February 21st
shabbychick writes: What a wonderful view! Great re-do/re-use of your window - and here's to many more wonderful views!! :)

Thanks for sharing!

Kathy Posted: 2:49 pm on February 11th
QueenofGreen writes: The entire photo of the project is awesome. I love what you did with the old window piece. You live in such beauty! Posted: 10:02 pm on February 10th
georgiamoon writes: Wow I never thought to take my projects out on a field trip but I love the reflection you have captured. It is very lovely and will make a great addition to your home, Georgia Posted: 12:33 pm on February 10th
janwinn writes: Great job and the view just draws you in. Posted: 4:55 am on February 10th
SemperNova writes: Hi Shamrockerin!
We cut our own but you can try your local auto glass shop...they should be able to help you!
Posted: 9:49 pm on February 9th
irishrovr writes: Very nice! (and the reflection is not bad either!!)

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 8:17 pm on February 9th
junkermidge writes: Nice job on the window mirror. It has a great look and double functionality. Love that! Good job and welcome to JunkMarket Style.

Midge Posted: 6:08 pm on February 9th
fellowjunker writes: GORGEOUS!!!
xojanis Posted: 11:10 am on February 9th
shamrockerin writes: where did you find mirror panels to fit the spaces? Or di you cut them yourself? Very Nice view! Posted: 9:26 am on February 9th
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