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  • Erika Bradarich

    Hanging curtains from tension rods on a console table hides storage underneath! Got this idea from Better Homes and Gardens.

  • Brandy Morales

    Curtains on tension rods below the table...oh so smart! I did this for under my sewing table. - Cute idea!

  • Kristin Nuckols

    Great idea! You could run tension rods with cheap kitchen curtains or valances under most desks like these, across back so you could hide storage and turned around facing out into the room with the chair behind it like an office desk with less fuss around the drawer area.

  • Lesa Miller

    Curtains on tension rods BELOW the table...great idea for my craft table

  • Tracy Cotter

    Curtains hung under a table with a tension rod to conceal storage. - Ryan's crib

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