For an inexpensive DIY curtain rod alternative, consider using galvanized pipe. Great for an industrial look or a boy's room. Seen here from DimplesandTangles.blogspot.com | thisoldhouse.com

For an inexpensive DIY curtain rod alternative, consider using galvanized pipe. Great for an industrial look or a boy's room. Seen here from DimplesandTangles.blogspot.com | thisoldhouse.com

Spray paint these babies and you have curtain rods for $2 - there is a great idea for easy pinch pleat drapes on this website too...

Spray paint these babies and you have curtain rods for $2 - there is a great idea for easy pinch pleat drapes on this website too...

Ideas of how to make curtains from flat sheets, or pillows from shower curtains etc. perfect.

Ideas of how to make curtains from flat sheets, or pillows from shower curtains etc. perfect.

Awesome ideas for DIY Curtain Tiebacks, including a Shabby Chic vintage doorknob and nautical rope

Awesome ideas for DIY Curtain Tiebacks, including a Shabby Chic vintage doorknob and nautical rope

no sew kitchen window treatment!  get some fabric, iron on "heatnbond hem" adhesive, get a super cheap curtain rod from target and add some rings with clips!  DONE!

no sew kitchen window treatment! get some fabric, iron on "heatnbond hem" adhesive, get a super cheap curtain rod from target and add some rings with clips! DONE!

This is a great picture that illustrates how the placement of a wider curtain rod at the top of the wall makes a drastic difference in the look of a window. It seems more spacious and brings in a greater amount of light!

How to Hang a Curtain Rod and BLACK+DECKER Drill Giveaway

This is a great picture that illustrates how the placement of a wider curtain rod at the top of the wall makes a drastic difference in the look of a window. It seems more spacious and brings in a greater amount of light!

How to make curtains using burlap for under $7 per panel. Easy {tutorial} | @Mandy Bryant Bryant Dewey Generations One Roof

How to make curtains using burlap

How to make curtains using burlap for under $7 per panel. Easy {tutorial} | @Mandy Bryant Bryant Dewey Generations One Roof

We wanted the panels black-out lined, but that lining can be expensive with so many yards needed, so we used $10 canvas drop cloths from Home Depot for the lining.

We wanted the panels black-out lined, but that lining can be expensive with so many yards needed, so we used $10 canvas drop cloths from Home Depot for the lining.

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