Old windows in your home can create elevated energy costs and extensive maintenance. But once they’ve been replaced with new windows, they can still serve a purpose in your home. From wall art to picture frames, repurposing old windows can create a unique and vintage feel to your home.

Vintage windows are some of the best flea market finds, but there’s no need to shop when you’re repurposing old windows from your home. There are endless ways to recycle and repurpose your old windows to craft a customized look. Check out a few of our ideas below.

Repurpose old windows into a statement piece.

Use your old wood windows to make a statement in your home. A large shaped or rectangular wood window is an easy way to adorn a mantle or dresser. Try these looks below to create your own statement piece with repurposed windows.

Reflect and recycle old wood windows into window mirrors.

You can easily turn one of your old windows into a repurposed window pane mirror. This is an easy DIY project that will leave you with a brand new decorative piece for your home. Check out these ideas below for inspiration.

Frame your view with repurposed window wall art.

If you have an empty wall in your home you’ve been looking to fill, this could be the perfect solution. Old wood windows can be reused to create a simple gallery wall by mixing different sizes together. Learn more about creating a repurposed window gallery wall below.

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