Lindsey M. Roberts
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Lindsey M. Roberts added this to 9 Ideas From an Ecofriendly Kitchen Makeover
3. Use recycled materials as much as you can. Prugar used recycled antique windows between the kitchen and the family room. This way, the parents can hear and observe the kids even while they juggle cooking prep with setting the table.Vintage details give a unique look that usually can't be bought, and you won't find duplicates in your neighbors' houses, either. These windows allow light and sounds through, but don't disrupt the clean, quiet feel of the kitchen.The windows are from Housewerks in Baltimore, a good local source for salvaged finds. Prugar had the lead redone in some spots.

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Toots Honey added this to star
December 18, 2013
bontle
crunchyqi added this to kitchen
December 6, 2012
recycled antique windows between the kitchen and the family room. This way, the parents can hear and observe the kids even while they juggle cooking prep with setting the table.
karentcheyan added this to karentcheyan's ideas
November 8, 2012
Close up that window
abaehrable added this to abaehrable's ideas
August 9, 2012
Windows between rooms
whitshat added this to whitshat's ideas
August 6, 2012
3. Use recycled materials as much as you can. Prugar used recycled antique windows between the kitchen and the family room. This way, the parents can hear and observe the kids even while they juggle cooking prep with setting the table. Vintage details give a unique look that usually can't be bought, and you won't find duplicates in your neighbors' houses, either. These windows allow light and sounds through, but don't disrupt the clean, quiet feel of the kitchen. The windows are from Housewerks in Baltimore, a good local source for salvaged finds. Prugar had the lead redone in some
Full picture of the window idea.
cblinkinsop added this to cblinkinsop's ideas
August 6, 2012
leaded window rosette in middle
gwenmatheny added this to gwenmatheny's ideas
August 5, 2012
mirror at Housewerks
borcherding added this to borcherding's ideas
August 5, 2012
We have a similar space which we are thinking of putting a window in.
murissa5 added this to murissa5's Favorites
August 5, 2012
For kitchen and family room separation
skeet51 added this to skeet51's ideas
August 5, 2012
stained glass window details
pammers123 added this to pammers123's ideas
August 5, 2012
window detail
elvasue added this to More Ideas
August 5, 2012
Add to ideabook by Lindsey M. Roberts by Lindsey M. Roberts 3. Use recycled materials as much as you can. Prugar used recycled antique windows between the kitchen and the family room. This way, the parents can hear and observe the kids even while they juggle cooking prep with setting the table. Vintage details give a unique look that usually can't be bought, and you won't find duplicates in your neighbors' houses, either. These windows allow light and sounds through, but don't disrupt the clean, quiet feel of the kitchen.
syman added this to Kitchen /pantry/laundry
August 5, 2012
Grill pattern/ kitchen....laundry
spojo added this to Mesa
August 5, 2012
light between LR & Fam room
deannado added this to deannado's ideas
August 5, 2012
perfect idea!
Paint Creek added this to Details
August 5, 2012
Between Dinning and Kitchen for Jackson?
margaretanne added this to margaretanne's Favorites
August 5, 2012
Window
Valiant Design Co. added this to Valiant Design Co. Favorites
August 5, 2012
Separating interior spaces with windows adds so much character especially when they are antiques
hoxandjox added this to hoxandjox's Favorites
August 5, 2012
Unusual windows allow light to come through
oharamytara added this to oharamytara's ideas
August 5, 2012
name of place in Baltimore, Housewerks
marilo added this to marilo's Favorites
August 5, 2012
Tiges de plomb
lmn4002 added this to Products
August 3, 2012
Leaded window
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