No-Sew Greek Key Curtains

Even the non-seamstress can make her own custom curtains following tutorials like this one from Kelly at View Along the Way. The key is starting with a set of simple, inexpensive curtains and then adding interest like Kelly did with Stitch Witchery and grosgrain ribbon. You would never guess Kelly’s stylish Greek key curtains cost […Read More]

Cordless Roman Shades

Melanie from Ranch House Rehab had previously purchased a couple of Pottery Barn’s cordless Roman shades and loved their beautiful quality and look. However, the shades had a few drawbacks that led Melanie on a mission to create her own. Melanie had to do some trouble shooting but finally figured out how to make Roman […Read More]

Save Money on Curtains–With Tablecloths!!!

After Jen from City Farmhouse added natural woven shades to the windows in her family room, she knew curtains were needed to contrast the woven texture. She finally narrowed her search to crisp white drapes, specifically Pottery Barn’s Belgian Linen Sheer Drapes. However, after bringing one home, Jen realized she just couldn’t spend $500 on […Read More]

No-Sew Tie Window Valance

Liz from Say Yes came across a window treatment at Pottery Barn that she loved but was too costly for her budget. She knew it would be simple enough to replicate and shares at Momtastic DIY how she did it without sewing a stitch! Liz already had white curtain panels at home and added interest […Read More]

Roman Shade from Drape

When revamping her laundry room, Debbie from Me and My DIY found a roman shade from Pottery Barn that had all the colors she wanted to incorporate into the space. Unfortunately, Pottery Barn’s prices and sizing did not cooperate with Debbie’s plans. Being the clever gal she is, Debbie instead ordered a drape from Pottery […Read More]

Best of Knock Off Decor #10: Ruffled Curtains

I just love these ruffled curtains made by Bess from Besserina. Would you believe she made the set for less than $50 AND that they are easy to make? Bess says if you can sew a straight line with your sewing machine, you are all set to make your own! I think the large pleated […Read More]

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 […Read More]

10 DIY Curtain Projects–Knock Off Style

Oh, curtains. They can be such a pain in the rear challenge when it comes to decorating. There are just so many factors to consider – length, weight, material, sheerness, rod style… Take all that and then try to find the color and pattern you want. That’s where I have found myself time and again […Read More]