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

Use tin ceiling/backsplash tiles in the back of a bookcase. Love this!

Lace Window Treatment

Cord Control is as neat and easy as peel-and-stick clips....buying these for panky!!!!

Buy A Folding Dish Rack And Turn It Into A Book Caddy!

The answer to my prayers! For my outdoor cushions! Spray It New | Navy Blue Upholstery Fabric Paint

No-sew pillow covers. Easy to clean

Sew a cotton strip on towels

Polka dot walls! Out of an old laundry basket.

22 tips to make your home look more expensive

good idea for the produce you do buy thats not refrigerated

take a piece of wood, cover it w/ fabric, add hooks…so easy and oh so cute

How cool is this? Paint a wall in a matte then paint a design in the same color but with a gloss.

Curtains made from Target table sewing! How have I never noticed that they're 84" long?!?!?!?!

3D gel-like tiles that are peel and stick for an easy back splash. Easy to clean and tons of colors and options! $10.99 for a sheet 9.875" in.

Design TIP! The Perfect Curtain. Take one of your ring clips and turn it around the corner so that it’s hanging on the bracket rather than the rod. Then run the rest of your clips on the rod like normal. Goodbye annoying side light!

Fabric panels are decorative elements inexpensive and easy to make. The decoration is a part of an environmental approach to life, creating harmonious, beautiful environment. Cut the foam into square shaped pieces , cut the fabric an inch more than the foam size, then tape the fabric onto the foam and press it hard. With adhesive wall art and decor putty you can stick your fabric pieces onto the wall without making holes. The results are great and make a huge difference in the room by crea...

DIY throw pillows!?

Grays, browns and neutrals living room.

Glue fabric to Wal-Mart roller blind. Smart!

Panels with fabric banding on leading edge and hem.