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  • Molly Ryan

    Use a curtain rod above the door and curtains tied back for the sidelights; can be closed for privacy at night...Doing this as soon as we are moved in..Will look perfect in the front entry way!

  • Lynn Darrach

    curtain rod above the door and curtains tied back for the sidelights; can be closed for privacy at night. This is such a good idea for if we ever have a front door with side windows.

  • Courtney Adkins

    Great Decorating Idea! curtain rod above the door and curtains tied back for the sidelights; can be closed for privacy at night. Great idea!!!

  • Michelle Canter

    Now that's a good idea for our entry! curtain rod above the door and curtains tied back for the sidelights; can be closed for privacy. Cute entry way!

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Curtains by the front door that can be closed at night

Love this idea! Curtains above your front door are so cute. Plus, pull them down at night for a little added privacy :)

Curtain rod above the door and curtains tied back for the sidelights.

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This looks like Tobs!

I love the toile but I REALLY love that the curtains are hung on short rods above the windows. If you never intend to close the curtains, why would you need rods that span the width of the window? I never thought of that. GREAT IDEA!

Rustic and Modern elements. Belgian oiled floorboards, curtain holds out the draft in an old house. Modern light fixture and bench for taking off boots.

Taught myself how to do this while working on a display for anthropologie. I want to make these for my living room. Would love to find that rod though -BG

Curtain rod to hang decorative items; could use this and switch out decorations for the different holidays/seasons.

Build some industrial pipe curtain rods. | 24 West Elm Hacks. "The West Elm rods are meant to look like industrial piping, so why not cut out the middle man and make your own out of pipes themselves?"