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  1. Hi Nina,

    I love this six pane window. I just printed out six botanical prints and they would look amazing using a window like this!

  2. Hi, I’m a little behind, I just saw this post and it is exactly what I was looking for. Can you tell me how you applied the vinegar/water solution? Can you also tell me what the ratio of the solution is? THANKS, love is idea.

    1. Hi Lynn! I put a half vinegar, half water solution in a spray bottle (can be found for $1 in the Target travel bottle section). I hope it turns out great for you! :)

  3. This is awesome! I’ve been working on my industrial dining room (with a bit of traditional mixed in) this weekend and need something for the wall opposite my feature wall. May give this a whirl!

  4. I am so excited with what you have done….I have several old windows that I also “picked up” and I need an embellishment in my laundry room and I am going to try this…..Thank you so much and Happy Valentines Day……. ♥

    1. Hi Alice- it is not completely transparent- I’m not sure that it would really work for that. Krylon does make a frosted glass spray paint I think, although I’ve never used it myself.

    1. It’s “mirror-like”- but not completely a mirror. It looks like a very old and somewhat beaten-up mirror that you would find in an attic :)

    1. You’re very welcome! Thanks for stopping by! Just an FYI- I ended up finding the spray at Walmart- my local craft stores had discontinued it!