We went shopping for blinds the other night. Hokey Dinah, they're expensive -- and many of them were definitely hit with the ugly stick. This is a frugal and good lookin' alternative, especially if you already have pretty fabric you can use.
"This is the original 1930s kitchen, and while that might be a bummer to some people, I prefer the original tile with red accent liner tiles, chrome trim and wood cabinetry to today’s cookie-cutter and flimsy builder’s special materials." - kate-schintzius
Neutral walls will give you a never ending opportunity to add color accents. Orange-and-white roman shade works well with the gray . Designer: Christopher Peacock Photo: John Bessler..love the tassels
This is the actual how to for its pin twin. :D The other one just provided a link to womens day mag, and then you had to hunt..and hunt for the actual instructions. So I thought I would repin this for those who are interested. I certainly am, and my little girl wants this. :)
Cover a pull down shade with fabric of your choice. Great idea!---- This was SO easy and the shades really look awesome. Shades were $4 each at Walmart, fabric was $13. Total for whole project only $21! I added valances to the top to hide the roll.