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DIY Tutorial: DIY Roman Shades / DIY Cordless Classic Roman Shade - Bead&Cord

no cord curtains-perfect for playroom in classic colors. Could let down when watching movies or at night.

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.

I've always wanted to make a button-up window shade like this! Added to the list!

"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

Consider this clever alternative to cafe length curtains: Use curtain rings with clips to hang pretty dishtowels or napkins on a curtain rod.

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.

Hook and eye shades- I googled for this type of shade specifically because I plan to make one for my dinning room and living room. Was glad to find this blog with this lovely shade and the step by step instructions that were used to make it!