Best of Knock Off Decor #5: Stenciled Drop Cloth Curtains

Erin from Lavender and Lemon Drops had been eyeing some printed window panels from West Elm for some time. Deciding they would be the perfect addition to her living room, Erin dedicated a snowy day to creating her own with drop cloth fabric and a stencil. I have used drop cloth for all sorts of projects from pillows to a headboard and love its budget-friendly price and natural look. Here’s what Erin has to say about her DIY curtains: “It’s really AMAZING how your entire room feels complete once you add curtains to it.  Just take a look……”

Stenciled Drop Cloth Curtains | Knock off West Elm curtains with drop cloth, paint, and a stencil!

Erin was inspired by the retired Paisley Printed Window Panel from West Elm.

Paisley Printed Window Panel

Get the tutorial at Lavender and Lemon Drops.


  1. debbie malone says:

    I love this idea….looks simple with such amazing results! I wonder if you can dye the drop cloth first then stencil it, what do you think?

  2. Hello, I was wondering if I could find out the name and brand of the paint on that wall? Love it! Thank you!

    • Hey Amber, Try following the link to Erin’s site and asking her directly. Hope you find the info you’re after!

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