Old architectural details make me smile. I especially love old windows and have them scattered around our home.
This window has been turned into a mirror and is above the sectional in our basement family room.
This pic is a little blurry, but it shows my favorite clock from TJ Maxx. I like the way this mirror makes this space appear a little larger and helps bounce the light around a bit in this basement space-always a good things in my opinion.
I lucked out one day on a rare trip to an Expo Design Center in the Chicago area. There was a very small stack of these old windows for a reasonable price. I have it hanging in the downstairs bathroom window. Our closest neighbors are almost a mile away, so privacy is not a problem.
These three windows hang in the stairwell going up to our bedrooms. I call this wall our "windows of opportunity". They really are kind of symbolic to me because they make me think and consider and be aware of the choices I make every day.
I love the biggest one. I found it in a little antique shop in our town, but no one knew where it came from. I'm guessing a church.
These windows are home runs for me because they are unique, they are organic, and they were cheap.
That is my kind of decorating!
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