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houseofblinds's picture
houseofblinds

Can someone share any ideas that will help to enhance the look of the window. How can we make our window different, attractive and interesting. Kindly share your opinions.

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joeanna anthony's picture
joeanna anthony

Here are the few ways I've done up my windows.Napkin Cafe CurtainsTurn patterned cloth napkins into a kicky pair of curtains by joining their edges with jeans rivets spaced every 2 inches. Then add large grommets or rivets along the tops of the panels and thread onto a curtain rod. Towel Window TreatmentUse 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. Trimmed TableclothsRomance a window with a pretty curtain made from a tablecloth. Look for a square or rectangular one with tassels, ruffles, or scallops Wrapped WindowsMade from shawls found for $8 each, these panels are an inexpensive alternative to custom window treatments. Cut away the fringe from one end of each shawl and hot-glue decorative trim along the raw end. Hang from clip rings.Printed Roman ShadeEmbellish a ready-made fabric Roman shade with a DIY stencil. Print letters one per page in your favorite font. For the silverware, check the Internet or clip art books for an image and enlarge it on a photocopier. Put the patterns under the shade and trace in pencil, then outline with black fabric marker and shade as needed. Hang shade and tack the trim to the window.  For information on fencing, please check out  http://californiafenceco.com/vinyl.htmlhttp://californiafenceco.com/wood.htmlhttp://californiafenceco.com/metal.htmlhttp://californiafenceco.com/chain.html 

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