Windows Recycled Again
When this recycled barn home was renovated recently the leaded-glass windows found yet another new home in the dining room’s twin corner cupboards.
The windows started their life in the last century in the library of a girl’s school on Cape Cod. The barn’s owners found the windows for sale in an antique store, purchased them, and incorporated them into the building of their barn. For 20 years the leaded windows served as exterior windows in the dining room of the barn. With the recent renovation the windows moved inside once again: the lead was repaired, they were re-framed in cherry and formed the basis for the new glass-shelved cherry corner cupboards.