I just love the creativity of some people. Thinking outside the box. This is what I love about recycling. There’s just no end to repurposing.
Take these old windows for example. Once upon a time these windows would’ve been shiny and new a freshly fitted into houses or sheds many, many years ago. Someone then made a decision to unfit these windows and take them to the tip or sell them at an auction or garage sale, as if they were nothing but pieces of junk.
But, thankfully, one person’s junk is another person’s treasure.
Look what the treasure people have done to these old pieces of ‘junk’….
These windows have had the trims painted white and the glass painted with 4 coats of blackboard paint. Voila!
Recycled Glass Cube Studio in the Swedish ForestDesigned by artist Helle Kvamme, Steam Studio is a 1.2 x 1.5 x 1.5 meter glass cube that stands alone in the Swedish forest. The structure is made of recycled windows and recycled plastic piping, and it explores how water affects us through its changing forms (as ice, steam and liquid). from Woohome
So many uses for old ‘junky’ windows, don’t you think?