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The cheapest DIY curtain rods ever

These DIY curtain rods are perfect for those extra long windows or any window where you need a super cheap curtain rod. All you need are a few dollars worth of supplies from the hardware store.

How to make a DIY galvanized pipe curtain rod-- extra long-- possible to use conduit, which is less expensive?

Allison from Golden Sycamore used Kee Klamp pipe fittings to put together a rustic looking curtain rod for her bedroom. The pipe and fittings were distressed using a unique heating method. The heating of the pipe and fittings discolors and ages the metal, giving the entire curtain rod some very unique character.

Hang a curtain rod from the ceiling instead of the wall when you have narrow space to work with. This is from Pottery Barn.

Add An Extra Shower Curtain Rod To The Shower And Hang Caddies From It To Save Space.

Want to put curtains over a door? Look no further! These rods allow you to swing open the curtains! Let the sun shine in, or even bask in the shade with the Ball Swing curtain rod. This horizontal rod swings open and closed, putting you in control of room brightness.Diameter: 1/2"; length: 20-36"Metal rod; cast metal finial

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DIY Curtain Rod {How To Make Your Own

DIY How to make your own Curtain Rod


DIY Floor Length Curtains -

DIY Floor length curtains for cheap! - at

Using cable and eye hooks for a curtain rod! I am so excited about this because i've been trying to figure out how to do a room divider with a short wall i have and a weird drop ceiling. PERFECT!

How to create black iron pipe curtain rods. Sequel post to creating other industrial decor fixtures. Great step by step tutorial. #industrial #decor #tutorial

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How to Build Industrial Shelves

Hometalk :: How to Build Industrial Shelves Braydens room

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DIY Curtain Rods

DIY Curtain Rods- use 1/2" metal conduit and conduit fittings for the ends. Genius!