This DIYer picked up some burlap coffee bean sacks at a local farm supply store to use as window treatments. She says it took her just five minutes to get the new curtains up and give her kitchen a fast facelift.
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Barn Door Window Treatment
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Paint Stick Curtains
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Slipcover Window Treatment
This window treatment uses leftover slipcovers from another project. The DIYer copied another window treatment design for shape, then used their sewing skills to bring it all together. Check out the entire process here.
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Here's a new take on a Roman shade. It uses some fun fabric, a little sewing and is attached with a tension rod. Ribbons are added so it can be raised and lowered.
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Updated Vinyl Shade
If you have some ugly vinyl shades at home, just give them a fresh coat of paint! Use some spray paint to give a tired shade a fun design and turn it into a work of art.
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Depending on how much window coverage you want, consider using jewelry or small square scarves as a window treatment. Just drape necklaces or scarves over the curtain rod. See more on this and other no-sew window toppers here.
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Even those with very basic sewing skills can put together these scarf curtains. This DIY window treatment is made from the designer's favorite scarves, along with some fabric to fill out the bottom.
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Bed Sheet Curtains
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