Greenhouses mean that you can grow life all year round--something many garden enthusiasts strive to do. However, building a greenhouse can be expensive and sometimes space is an issue. The good news is that with a bit of creativity and a few vintage windows, you can solve both issues.
Here, we will take a look at a few ideas for how you can use old windows to create the perfect greenhouse for your needs. Not only can these ideas save you money, but they are definitely more charming than anything you can purchase at a store.
1. Greenhouse built from old windows
Greenhouses are a great addition to any garden or lawn space. However, it's no secret that they can cost a fortune. Using a few old windows not only saves you a few bucks, but the end result looks absolutely fantastic!
Suburble provides a terrific example of the cozy greenhouse that's largely made out of a few old windows. Don't worry if the windows don't look the same; the mismatched look makes the end result even more charming.
2. "Baby" greenhouse from windows
Like the idea of a greenhouse, but don't have the space? DesignDreams By Anne offers a small scale solution. You can make a mini greenhouse or plant stand by using one or two old windows. This is a great idea for a porch or a nook in your garden space.
3. Mini window greenhouse
Empress of Dirt offers another design idea for a mini-greenhouse. However, the difference here is that this one is definitely meant more for the yard area, but still doesn't take up a ton of space. Because you use fewer windows but are still making a box shape you have to be sure that the windows are at least similar in size.
Old windows prove to be just the right touch to make a DIY greenhouse look absolutely charming. Which design do you like the best? Share with your friends and see what they think!