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Green House

Found old windows that someone was throwing out. So I decided to grab them for a recycled project.
My husband stared to figure out the measurements, and a good location in out backyard.
He gave it a rough draft to make sure the right windows will fit in the right places.
There is my husband getting the base of the Greenhouse so it will be even all around the perimeter. My dog wanted to help. :)
Now he is ready for the framing. He has been working very hard while I take pictures. :)
My carpenter is almost done. Just a few more window to insert.
The Green house is done being built. Now my turn to clean, paint, and scrap the windows clean.
Now it is completed. I found some white shutters on the side of the road to give this Green house extra character.
I added a little pathway to the entrance to the door. The rocks I found on the beach to define the pathway. I stenciled a green vintage look to the top rim above the door and shutters. I love how this turned out. My plants are doing well as long as I remember to water them. :
  • Mitziblueyes
    Mitziblueyes Sedley, VA
    on Jul 2, 2014

    OMG!!!! I so have been wanting to do this!!! Thank u for posting!! My hubby doesn't like this site, gets

  • Mitziblueyes
    Mitziblueyes Sedley, VA
    on Jul 2, 2014

    Oops puts to many ideas into my head!!!

    • Cheryl Ponzar
      Cheryl Ponzar Cadet, MO
      on Jul 2, 2014

      @Mitziblueyes My husband doesn't like it either....all for the same reasons...heehee

  • Barb Rosen
    Barb Rosen Wilmington, DE
    on Jul 2, 2014

    What a great project!

  • HomeSpot HQ
    HomeSpot HQ Durham, NC
    on Jul 2, 2014

    Great ingenuity!

  • Carole Boldt
    Carole Boldt Wakefield, RI
    on Jul 2, 2014

    They also would have made very good picture frame windows.....I have a friend who did that with one she found

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