Many times I acquire a set of salvaged stained glass windows and think to myself – they look so good as window sill ornaments there’s no way I could sell! This particular set (two of which would have been part of a Victorian pulley sash system) sit snug within the main section of my 1920s bay window.
They are not just there to look pretty. They afford privacy while I sit at my desk writing these bizarre blog posts. I find this more practical than net curtains and I can change the view. I always advise that if people get bored using these as ornaments they tend to hold value – you don’t loose money if you want to sell on.
For half of the day I have the curtains drawn as the front of my house is south facing. I think they also look good on a white background, providing external decoration.
But there will always be another pretty window in need of my rescue.
A1216b. Priced for the pair
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