Love these overall buckles - this would be really cute for denim curtains in a boy's room Creative Do-It-Yourself Window Treatment (Better Homes & Gardens) Ideas, Kitchens Curtains, Little Boys Room, Kids Room, Boy Rooms, Window Treatments, Shower Curtains, Kitchens Windows Treatments, Diy Curtains
Cute idea: Use kicky kitchen dish towels for fun window treatments. Simply clip drapery hooks to the top edge of a dishtowel and hang from a cafe curtain rod. The towels are easy to remove for washing and can also be changed out seasonally. Plus, when you've decided to move on to a different window treatment, the towels can be used for their original purpose of drying dishes.
Velvet Ribbon Detail-washable fabric glue will be strong enough to withstand a washing machine and will remain clear and flexible
Curtains and draperies aren't typically dirty enough to launder. Instead, go over them thoroughly with the upholstery attachment on your vacuum: www.bhg.com/...
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Use windows, centering furniture in front of them. Usually we strive to have the bed on another wall but in a small room, options can be limited, and it's often better to create a strong point with a bed than to awkwardly push it to one side. A bank of bay windows creates a natural nook for this bed, and the pretty window treatments give the illusion of a canopy.
Decorative Details Oversize hardware, a rich cherry finish on the cabinetry, and a glass tile backsplash create an upscale look in this kitchen. A bright floral window treatment adds a refreshing splash of color in an otherwise neutral space. Below, a large stainless-steel sink and commercial-look faucet are perfect for gourmet cooking.
Floor-Length Tab-Top Panels: Velvet ribbon in three sherbet shades turns plain white tab-top curtains into an elegant treatment. To create the look, lay out the panels and attach horizontal bands of ribbon with fabric glue. To make the ties at the top, cut the tabs off, then cut six evenly placed, 1-inch horizontal slits across each panel. Finish by cutting V shapes out of the ends of each tie.
A new take on curtain tie backs made with vintage items and love! When I have my reading nook - this will be the tie backs! I HAVE TO DO THIS!!!!!