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    • Anna Tarnowski

      Put a shelf over a window and use the shelf brackets to hold a curtain rod. #decorating #windows #shelves #curtains

    • Gina Curry

      Shelf over Window- use shelf bracket to hold curtain rod and you have extra storage space (for all those pretty, breakable things that little hands like to touch)

    • Lizz Nunn

      Put a shelf over a window and use the shelf brackets to hold a curtain rod- genius and beautiful AND gives a completely finished off look - Living room door? The owner made his own simple window treatments, using wooden brackets and dowels from a catalog. The curtains were sewn with a loop that slips over the dowel, and the shelf on top provides a place to display collections.

    • Malinda Scott

      Kitchen window solution? You put a shelf over a window and use the shelf brackets to hold a curtain rod! great idea!

    • Jill Temple

      Put a shelf over a window and use the shelf brackets to hold a curtain rod. great idea! for living room maybe?

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