Adding A Vintage Stained Glass

$300
2 Hours
Medium

I'm so sorry for the quality of some of the photos. I took them with my cell phone during construction. This is one segment of an home office addition, adding a vintage stained glass window to a guest bathroom that will back up to the new addition.
This is a guest bathroom before we added a home office on the other side. The view looks out onto the roof of the garage in this photo.
This is a guest bathroom before we added a home office on the other side. The view looks out onto the roof of the garage in this photo.
Call me crazy, but I wanted to save this wallpaper from Ralph Lauren. It had just been discontinued. The home office wall is now visible and I have a dark hole. I had an electrician add wiring to back light this window.
Call me crazy, but I wanted to save this wallpaper from Ralph Lauren. It had just been discontinued. The home office wall is now visible and I have a dark hole. I had an electrician add wiring to back light this window.
Fortunately, I found a vintage window at Scott's Antique Market. It was trimmed out and ready to install in the hole where the previous window had been.
Fortunately, I found a vintage window at Scott's Antique Market. It was trimmed out and ready to install in the hole where the previous window had been.
Installed and painted!
Installed and painted!
Back lighting with rope lighting
Back lighting with rope lighting
I'm so happy that I could keep this wallpaper and now have a vintage stained glass window in this room.
I'm so happy that I could keep this wallpaper and now have a vintage stained glass window in this room.

To see more: http://coastal-colors.blogspot.com/2011/08/window-is-installed-internet-is-back.html

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