Curtains may not really be that essential, especially if you love to keep your rooms illuminated and have the sun always shine through. But curtains are nice complementary decorative items that can give the room that polished and gleaming look. They might be a bit expensive if you cannot afford them or think they are not worth spending money on, but there are some easy and cheap ways to do them by yourself. They are not hard and if you think about it, you will find that the best curtains are pieces of fabric after all. So check out these easy DIY ways.
1 Favorite Quotes Curtain
This curtain is so easy to do. All you are going to need is a large plain sheet, a pair of scissors, and a marker. Before starting your work, you’ll first need to measure your window’s height and width. After taking accurate measurements, spread the sheet out in front of you, mark the length and the width you need, and then start cutting through it, but be careful not to mess things up. After you’re done with the cutting process, make sure the sheet is clean and well-ironed. Now, your new curtain-to-be is ready, so go get your marker and start drawing whatever you want, or write your favorite quotes in big fonts. Great! Now you have a new creative and beautiful curtain: you’ll only going to need a rod to hang it on.
2 Ribbon-Glued Curtain
Take a plain transparent curtain and style it on your own. You can take colored ribbon, or pick a certain color, whatever you prefer, and start gluing the ribbon to the curtain, creating whatever shape you would like. It is an easy, affordable way to create a beautiful curtain without spending a fortune, but it will actually look as if you did.
3 Stenciled Curtains
This one looks pretty close to the previous one, as all you are going to need is a large panel, a stencil, paint and a tape. First, spread the panel, and iron it well. Then place the stencil on the panel and tape it well, so you are sure it’s perfectly secured and still. Start painting over the stencil, moving it as often as needed so the panel is completely covered by the drawing. Let it set for a few hours until it fully dries. Perfect! Now your new curtain is ready to hang. Enjoy your new room’s decoration.