Love, Pomegranate House

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Reclaimed Window Frame {Part 2}

Not long ago I showed all of you an old window frame that I was fixing up and turning into some pretty decor for my entryway. I had taken forever to get it to the point that I even wanted to take a picture of it. But thanks to you lovely people, I had the motivation to see my vision through!

Reclaimed Window Frame

I made a few changes from the last time you saw this window frame!

Reclaimed Window Frame

I added some chalkboard paint to 2 of the window panes! Now I can leave myself little reminder notes or leave the hubby a love note! And, as I showed you last time, I turned the bottom right pane into an antique-looking mirror using Krylon Looking Glass paint {I showed you my technique for using it here}. You can see me and my tripod reflected in it as I’m trying to hide while taking pictures. Hi, me!

Reclaimed Window Frame

It sits right above my entryway bench I made from an old TV stand. I love how the two seem perfect together!

Reclaimed Window Frame

Many of you have asked what I was going to do with my piece of wood that you saw in my steel wool, coffee grounds, and vinegar stain tutorial. Well… here it is! I was turning it into this little shelf for my window!

Reclaimed Window Frame

I wrote a sweet welcome note to all visiting our home! I’ve loved the chalkboard fad that has been all over the craft world the past year! I never had a surface I was able to turn into a chalkboard. I was thrilled to add it to my reclaimed window frame!

Reclaimed Window Frame

I placed some of my DIY Blue Mason Jars on the shelf and then I popped a few orange candles up there. I wanted to add a pop of fall color. I’ve since added a tiny pumpkin up there too! Another place to decorate! Yay!

I love the way this makes my entryway feel. It is so welcoming! No more walking in to a blank wall. Thanks so much to Heather at Post Road Vintage for the inspiration!

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