March 13, 2012
If you're thinking about using discounted curtains in your home, you might be concerned about how many different decorating options you have with the window treatments. It may take some creativity to turn discounted curtains into something lavish and eye-catching, but there are ways to do it while working on a budget.
After purchasing the window treatments, Better Homes and Gardens suggests cutting out square portions of the curtains and replacing them with sheer fabric to allow more natural light to flow into the space. This is also a quick and easy way to bring a contemporary feeling to a room.
If you are looking for ways to spruce up a child's bedroom or a game room, think about adding decals or buttons to the discounted curtains. Colorful buttons can easily be sewn onto the fabric to make it more interesting to the eye and give it flair.
Homeowners who are completely happy with their window treatments but want to look for a simple way to spruce them up might want to consider adding valances. Layering curtains is another way to create volume and elegance in a space.
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