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How To Use Shower Curtains As Drapes



How To Use Shower Curtains As Drapes

Grommet top curtains are my go to choice for window coverings for a few reasons. First, the grommets make sliding the curtain panels open and closed really easy. Second, curtain panels are a great way to add softness, color, or even pattern and texture to a space. But that much fabric has the potential to break the budget …

At the ripe age of 27, I dressed my first window in my apartment. Living up high without the need for privacy, I never wanted curtains until a recent decorating spree. You know what? Curtains are expensive, y’all. When the perfect drape is out of your price range, there are only two options: you can settle, …

Last evening, we spent an hour hanging shower curtains on our living room and kitchen windows.

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I know it’s odd to use shower curtains as regular curtains, but I always try keep as much money in my pocket if I can. If you don’t have time, patience, and like to draw or color, then you can buy curtains with a design on them already. But if you want to create your own personal design, then I hope my first …

The only bummer about using a shower curtain is that they are shorter than other curtains (especially when you have to cut off an inch and a half of a lousy button hole job off the top!) I would have loved for them to be floor length. But I still love how they turned out! IMG_2602. And the fun print makes a big …

They have a much larger selection of patterns in their shower curtains, so the thought came to me: I can just turn a shower curtain into a window curtain by cutting it in half! We already have blinds, so the curtains will just be for framing the window anyway. Genius idea, right? (And much cheaper than curtain panels, by the …

A few days ago, I shared about my love for custom shower curtains that hang almost from the ceiling, have the fullness of a drapery panel, are made of gorgeous fabrics, and sometimes include trims that you would normally see on custom draperies. A few of you had questions about how to use a liner with …

My plan of attack was to just sew button holes where the curtain would need to be hung up on the shower hooks. Here’s how I did that: I was using a shower curtain liner so the actual fabric would not get wet and ruined. So I knew I had to line up my fabric panel with the grommet rings in the shower liner.