Curtains complete a room. They help control the light, lend privacy and warmth, affirm your style, and add texture and color. Here’s how to maximize their benefits with these guidelines and make your window treatments the most they can be. Select a curtain rod that is wider than the width of your window. This will allow enough room for the panels to hang on either side of your window and will force the panels to cover the window at all times.
I’ve seen lots of bloggers making custom curtain rods out of galvanized pipe, and for good reason. When you have a large window or one that requires a size that isn’t readily available, using galvanized pipe pieces (found in the plumbing aisle at hardware stores) to make your own is a great budget-friendly way to...Read More »
I wanted a fun and unique way to hang curtains in my son's room. That's when I decided to create my own curtain rod that goes along the length of the wall. Here's how they turned out and the full tutorial.