Picked up my new wood frame screens on Saturday. Primed them today.
Wow, really nice detail.
Beautiful! How's that kitchen coming along?
Oh man, those are sweet! Wish I could dish out for new screens, but I'm going to attempt to fix the dozen I have laying around waiting for their turn in the sun again. Is this a local company that did these for you? I'd be interested in having some made for the few that are missing.. Thanks :)
Karen Anne - Thanks. I do think they turned out well.Spayurdag - The kitchen is going to be my main interior project this summer. Once I can open windows, I'll finish stripping the walls....then wallpaper will go up fast. I've also been researching a few surprises on that front :)Omar - I actually wish I had the originals to fix! This is a local hardware store (Diamond Lake Ace Hardware) making these for me. I was lucky to find them after calling around. You could ask if they ship 612-824-8813. You could also check out AdamsArch.com I know Foxcroft used them and they do ship. I might use them for some of my larger windows where I want a removable glass insert.
Great looking screens! Can you tell us where you got them from? Thanks.
Burt - Look one comment above yours.
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