How to use old doors and windows
We recycle and repurpose old objects thinking of savings and the environment. Almost any object around us is saved from being thrown away and gets a new role in the household. Imagination has no limits when it comes to internal or external arrangements, and satisfaction is finally matchless. In this article, we will see how to use old doors and windows, the pictures below speaking for themselves about the multiple possibilities for reuse.
The first image that has caught our eye shows an old door which, with a little artistry, completes this room chromatically for a lovely visual effect. You can get this look with decoupage and old wallpaper any other type of print that falls in your hand, or if your artistic spirit is up to the mark, you can paint directly on the of wood.
What else but a vintage dash could bring more originality to your home? In the image below, the newer door was replaced with a savaged one, but no one appears to notice the difference. The old piece seems to have been there forever.
We are this time going for an old window with a new purpose – an easy to handle table for the inside and the patio. The inside of the table has been stained a dark brown while the outside has been painted in yellow and has been distressed. The table seems to have been bought from a junk shop and not a piece of repurposed furniture.
Your girlfriend and wife will definitely love this: a vanity with an old door as a central element. With its sober appearance, the new furniture item bring a dash of classic to your room.
An old door and window look stunningly beautiful on your patio, especially in summer, refurbished and with a touch of artistry. Just look at those bright colors reflected on the floor!
An old door repurposed into a suspended table, you would have never thought of it! With two matching old benches, the furniture duo gives a note of originality to your patio.
This room is all about the splash of colors. The two old windows nailed above the beds seems to have been there the whole time and not reclaimed old pieces of furniture.
Finally, for old mirror windows in a living enhance the natural light and space for a final elegant look of the room.
Sources: Pinterest.com, Topdreamer.com, Dishfunctionaldesigns.blogspot.ro