Dec 15, 2016 1:31 pm
We're in the process of saving funds for a big renovation at home.
In the meantime I'm looking for a "stop gap" measure to make the windows (Attached Picture - Yellow Glass) look nicer.
I was thinking gyprocking or MDF, plaster and paint.
Any ideas would be appreciated!
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