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DIY ~ Window Treatments


DIY ~ Window Treatments

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** If you want your drapes to always puddle, then you can skip the measuring and jump right to hemming. If you want your drapes shorter, so they don't hit the floor, use this pin to measure up from for your desired length.

Textile Love: DIY Pinch Pleat Drapes - Pleating and Finishing

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Curtain Bows - Change out the ribbon according to the season - I do this with my shower curtain

No-Sew DIY Star Drapes~Tutorial

Bold Striped DIY Drapes

How to Make a No Sew Window Shade Using a Fitted Sheet

window treatment

Adventures in Decorating: The DEETS of The Master Bedroom Mini-Makeover

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hang curtains from the ceiling.

Visual Trick In the master bedroom, the only spot for the couple's queen-size bed was under a narrow window. A valance and draperies add 8 inches to either side of the window, making it appear wider than the bed and giving the space balance.

Cool window

Dreamy Bedroom Window Treatment Ideas

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Ribbons for curtain hooks - brilliant

Ribbons for curtain hooks - brilliant

Those curtains really make a statement, don't they? Love them.

window cover for bathroom and front/back doors

The homeowners spiced up the existing red window shade with leftover fabric from the shades in the dining room area and some ribbon.

Red print fabric hangs artfully in front of this kitchen's small bay window. Read more: Window Treatments - Draperies and Curtains

  • Lori Bassow
    Lori Bassow

    Whit! This is for you!

Sunroom Windows Forgo curtains in a sunroom filled with light. Instead, install painted wooden trim around the outside of windows for a decorative touch.

  • Emeline ;)
    Emeline ;)

    Really lovely!

Great tip!!!! Buy tablecloths to use as draperies....much less expensive, already hemmed, meant to launder often, and many patterns and colors available! 60x84 or buy 60x104 so you can hem them AND still have matching fabric left over for pillows or other coordinating pieces!

Don't toss out curtains you love just because they don't fit your new windows or need to be replaced. Instead, cut and sew them into panel-style window shades with rod pockets. Tension rods hold the shades in place and make them easy to change or remove. This trick also works to make outdated fabrics or drapery styles look trendy again.

Easy Window Treatment Projects

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  • Tracy Polisky
    Tracy Polisky

    Love the idea and you can change the panels easily when you want a change.

Customize window treatments with text. Print letters in your favorite font and transfer them to the window shade by tracing the letters with a fabric marker. This technique also works with simple clip art illustrations.

DIY Roman Shade

Lace Window Stencils. For front door window

Curtain rod made from electrical conduit $2 AND how to make faux pinch pleat!! You've got to see this!!

DIY curtains

The Yellow Cape Cod: Bold Striped DIY Drapes

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no sew roman shades

365 Days to Simplicity: Easy no sew Roman Shades

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