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Re-purposed windows and doors.

My husband and I built this greenhouse using our collection of old windows and french doors. It has a cute chandelier inside and icicle lights that set it off at night.

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  • Sarah M
    Sarah M Carthage, MO
    on May 1, 2015

    Love it!...would love to have one just like it in my back yard!...great job!

  • Patricia Vincent
    Patricia Vincent Azle, TX
    on May 7, 2015

    What did you use for the roof? Is that glass or hard plastic of some sort?

  • Irish53
    Irish53 Hicksville, NY
    on Jun 7, 2015

    It looks like you used the plastic sheeting I see on awnings for the roof and very top of the walls. The dry cleaners by me has it in green to cover the roof of a patio they have on the side of their building.

  • Shane daugherty
    Shane daugherty Lebanon, KY
    on Sep 13, 2015

    This is what I've been searching for, don't have as many windows ,gonna try use 6 mil plastic

  • Alfred Marmol
    Alfred Marmol Annandale, MN
    on Apr 30, 2016

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