Through the eyes of a window

There was an old window, this window lived in Granby, Colorado.Through the eyes of a windowFor 30 years Window enjoyed sunshine and mountain views by day and billions of twinkling lights among the dark sky at night.  One sunny morning Window was suddenly stripped of the life he knew. He was thrown in the back of a truck and headed to Denver, Colorado. In Denver, Window was on the brink of death, ready to be tossed in a giant brown metal container when suddenly a soft voice struck Window.

“Excuse me, what are doing with that window?” the soft voice asks.

“Why I’m throwing this old thing away” a deep and raspy voice responds.

“Is it broken?”

“No, I just installed new windows for a fella in Granby. These here were custom built in the 80’s.”

“Well let me take those off your hands, I can give him a new life.”

Found an old window

…And Window’s new life journey began. 

Liquid Gold cleans an old window  Repurposing a window

Window was pampered with a cloth smelling of sweet almond and decorated with mini clothes pins and string.

Materials

Uniquely salvaged window, mini clothes pins, yarn/hemp/string, photos of anything you love printed in BW or Sepia (with a white border or glued to scrapbook paper), spray paint.

Miniclips_window  Liquid Gold photos used for repurposed window

Window now enjoys the friendly voices and soft aroma of freshly brewed coffee at the Scott’s Liquid Gold office. And the Liquid Gold team enjoys the company of Window’s vintage accent.

Repurposed Window

 Adopt a window today! There’s one waiting to display your favorite family memories!  Similar re-purposed multi-photo frame ideas found here.

Repurposing a window

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About Amber Lesser

Hello! I'm Amber, Creative Marketing Communication Specialist at Scott's Liquid Gold, recent University of Colorado graduate and recycling queen! My passion is the environment (and coffee). I love reusing and playing with salvaged wood!
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