What to do with old windows

We’d love to have you follow us on BLOGLOVIN!!

What to do with old windows? Make a table, of course. That’s what my sister’s granddaughter, Tina, did with a little help from her handy hubby, AJ. Here it is here:

Window Table

It is pretty awesome, isn’t it?
First AJ made a wooden box (it doesn’t look that simple, does it?) and then attached the old window to the box with hinges so that you can access the inside of the box by lifting up the window. Anything can be stored in there – collections, books, etc.

The inside is painted with DIY chalk paint (Martha Stewart recipe) and then buffed up with clear Minwax.
The outside is painted with latex paint.
Aren’t the legs fantastic?

Thanks for viewing, everyone! Have a great week!!

Your friend,


Savvy Southern Style

                                                            Hi there and WELCOME!
                                                                  So happy that you came by to visit. I’m Linda (on the right in the picture).
                                           I’m the blogger.
Carol and meMy sister, Carol, (left) and I love learning new things
to make and do and I blog about it
     right here on Crafts a la mode by Two Succulent Sisters.
I’m so looking forward to having you join us and would love to have you join our community by subscribing via email or RSS feed.
If you follow us in any way please leave a message and
                                                                           we will follow you back.
                                                                       We are so glad you’re  here!
                                                                                Follow by EMAIL         or follow by RSS Feed   


I am the crafter extraordinaire (on this blog anyway.) I live with my husband, my son, David, in a cozy cape cod style house in Connecticut.

google ad

Flannel Gift to make

Flannel Gift to make
Fabulous Flannel Gifts to Make

Handmade Gifts for Boys

Easy Fleece DIY

Awesome DIY Cork Projects