Window Frame Address Wall Feature
Over the weekend I shared some quick and easy ideas using salt wash, one of the projects was a wood window frame that was once a hunter green framed mirror. This was given to me with the statement “I know you can do something with this”. I gratefully took it, not sure what I was going to do with another mirror, so it sat until I started decorating our front porch, the blank wall above the seating area was screaming for something to be hung above it. This area is just right of the front door a perfect place to display our address. With the window frame and a few bottles I created an address wall feature.
Address Front Porch Wall Feature
Here is how I took the window framed mirror and turned into a window framed address wall feature for the front porch.
Supplies used to create a Address Wall Feature
- Wood mirror window frame
- mason jar flower cut out lids
- IZZE sparkling water bottles
- Stencil brush
- E600 glue
- White chalked paint
- black chalked paint
After removing the mirror from the frame, it was given a few coats of white Saltwash to cover up the hard to cover hunter green color. I am sure that if I would have sanded the wood frame, it probably would have only took one coat of the white salt wash, but sanding is not my favorite thing to do.
Once the frame was dry, three mason jar lids were attached to the bottom frame with E600
Next address numbers were stenciled on 3 IZZE bottles. Why bottles? Stay with me, I think you will love the idea as much as I do.
Here is the reason I used bottles and mason jar lids, the lids serve as a tray’s for bottles. The stenciled bottles display the address and serve as vase’s to display flowers. I love the idea of adding fresh or artificial flowers i throughout the year. These flowers are from our backyard, they are just to beautiful not to display out front as well. The nice thing about this Address Wall Feature is it didn’t cost me a dime to do, since I had everything on hand.
A little story about the bird house, originally I planned on turning this into a clock for the shop, however it sat there a little to long. A mother bird decided to use it as a nesting place, soon we will have baby birds, so needless to say, it has become part of our front porch decor.
If you missed the post on how to add Salt wash you can see it here at Front Porch Ideas: How to add texture with Salt Wash Finish
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