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Framed out; Window Art Display; Guest

02 July 2010


I love this project!  Simple, yet so nice.  It comes from Julia at Open Hands Full Heart.

This art wall literally is a “side” project as it’s off to the side of our entryway.

Ingredients needed: one old window your husband has begged you to find a use for as of 2009. Some family photos and old projects you put together. A thermostat that is begging to be hidden.

So an empty wall, again decorated for what we’ve got lying about the house:

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Yup, my thermostat is pretty fab.
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As is the texture on this old window frame.
This was a quick, fun project that I love the results of!

I too love it!  I love how it hides the thermostat in plain site!  
Perfect, wouldn't you all agree?

5 comments:

Yanet @ 3 Sun Kissed Boys July 2, 2010 at 12:29 PM  

What a great idea! We have an unsightly thermostat thingy in a very promenant wall. I will definately keep this in mind!!

~Claire~ July 2, 2010 at 1:12 PM  

I love this kind of ingenuity... just thinking though, it would be even more inconspicuous if you put a frame around the thermostat as well. I think the distressing on the window frame is beautiful, and the size fits perfectly on that wall! What a statement!

Tessa July 2, 2010 at 2:20 PM  

I'm loving, loving, loving this idea for an entry way!! Who doesn't love to showcase their thermostat :)-

PERMANENT POSIES July 2, 2010 at 9:15 PM  

I really like this window idea. I just bought a bunch of black photo frames to start a collage of old photos of great grandparents etc. I think I just might need try the window idea. Thanks.

Jess July 7, 2011 at 2:34 PM  

GENIUS! Pure Genius. We have a wall just like this and I cant stand the bulky thermostat in the way. Im going to have to try this out! THanks for the inspiration

Jess

www.rebelchildjess.blogspot.com

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