Framed Glass as Decor

Here’s an interesting idea: framed glass as decor. We like the way it reflects light and showcases a frame. A great use for your old doors and windows and a neat way to upcycle common flea market finds.

Above L: An empty glass frame in a loft by Qb3 in Philadelphia. Above R: A screen in Darryl Carter’s Washington, DC, town house, via Point Click Home.

Above: A decorative tableau featuring a window frame; from Domino, via Automatism.

Above: Window frames as wall art, via Time Out Chicago.

Give new life to old glass bottles, too, with these ideas from Remodelista: Accessories: Green Glass as Decor.

48 comments

Sue Matheson
Sue Matheson5 years ago

thanks

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Sonny Honrado
Sonny Honrado6 years ago

Looks different but somehow interesting.

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patti ng
patti ng6 years ago

This is different, I like it. :)

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Brenda Towers
Brenda Towers6 years ago

Thanks for sharing.

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Robert O.
Robert O7 years ago

Good ideas!

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Aleksandra W.
Past Member 7 years ago

Very inspiring. I am also a big fan of the idea of making a tea/coffee/breakfast tray out of a frame: you simply attach handles and choose something fun for the bottom layer such as a vintage cloth, picture, etc. DIY is great!

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Borg Drone
Past Member 7 years ago

Cool. Thanks for sharing.

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Lynn Marie M.
Lynn Marie M7 years ago

I like the look. Lots of whimsical rusticity.

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Sanja T.
Sanja T7 years ago

i love it...thanks

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johan l.
paul l7 years ago

Not really my cup of tea but interesting nevertheless!

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