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Use Tablecloths as Draperies - they're less expensive, already hemmed, meant to launder often, with many patterns and colors available; sized  60x104 will allow a hem and leave enough matching fabric for pillows or other coordinating pieces.

Great idea: "Buy tablecloths to use as draperies.much less expensive, already hemmed, meant to launder often, and many patterns and colors available! or buy so you can hem them AND still have matching fabric left over for pillows.

Add a couple strips of caulk to the bottom of your rug to make it nonslip instead of using a rug pad.

Anti-slip remedy for rugs! Rather than buying expensive anti-slip mats for a rug, just turn it over and run a few lines of acrylic-latex caulk every 6 inches or so. Let dry and flip over and your rug wont be going anywhere!

use a curved shower rod for window treatment but these are seriously so cute I love them.

31 Easy DIY Upgrades That Will Make Your Home Look More Expensive

use a curved shower rod for window treatment. LOVE this idea! Would like to do this in a little girls' bedroom with a reading nook or window seat hidden behind the curtain

Curtain rod made from dowel and drawer knob.  Way cheaper. Totally doing this.

Curtain rod made from dowel and cute drawer knob. Save a LOT of money and it's custom! Curtain rod made from dowel and cute drawer knob. Save a LOT of money and it's custom! And you could spray paint it gold! or whatever color

Shown here are solutions for awkward windows; too short, too cramped and that blasted radiator!  These styling tips are useful ways to get creative with your next drapery project.

Shown here are solutions for awkward windows; too short, too cramped and that blasted radiator! These styling tips are useful ways to get creative with your next drapery project - living room - curtains

Don't rip out those plain, utilitarian mirrors, just frame them: Framing bathroom mirrors - a great tutorial with step-by-step instructions & pictures. (blogger's cost was 16bucks per mirror):

Framing bathroom mirrors - a great tutorial with step-by-step instructions & pictures. glue the molding right on to the mirror. I did this in my bathroom, not hard and a very inexpensive way to update a plain mirror.

This insanely simple window shade is magnetic, movable, and no-sew. | 31 Easy DIY Upgrades That Will Make Your Home Look More Expensive

Ridiculously Easy No Sew Window Blind.uses 4 strong circle magnets, fabric glue, a length of ribbon and of pom-poms or other decorative edge. Tutorial on link

No sew curtains (using drop cloths and acrylic paint) from "Shanty 2 Chic"

Easy No Sew Window Panels

No sew curtains (using drop cloths and acrylic paint) from "Shanty 2 Chic"

I need to do this to my front door. I haven't got a peep hole to see who's a knocking and many a time I've opened the door to jerks trying to change me, or sell me something I don't want.

Drapes to cover side windows and door at night, or whenever they want a little more privacy. I am soo doing this to my front door. I have been trying to figure out a cool way to cover side windows in a pretty way.

Faux Roman Shade - 3 tension rods and some fabric. So easy and looks great.

I have been looking so long for a quick, easy no sew shade tutorial for my kitchen window. I am so happy I stumbled on this DIY No Sew Faux Roman Shade fro

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