Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Kitchen Curtains- DIY

Another quick post today about DIY curtains using canvas dropcloth fabric....

After reupholstering our dining room chairs yesterday, I had some leftover Lowe's dropcloth fabric and wanted to use the remaining cloth to make kitchen curtains. I really wanted to create a nice flow from our dining room to the kitchen and using the same fabric in both spaces is a great way to create that feeling.

Here are some pictures I uploaded below of what I did with the dropcloth and a few pictures of how it looks in our kitchen nook.

Look how much left over fabric I had after reupholstering our 4 dining room chairs!!!

I bought 2 packs of curtain clip rings at Target! (I didn't even know that Target sold these until yesterday).
Gotta love Target!

I bunched the curtain fabric up top and clipped on the rings so it would
give a nice look.

I wanted to hold the rings up to see how the "bunching" would look.
Love it!!

This is the kitchen nook window I needed to cover. The picture is
a little dark because of the amount of natural light that is let in here. Oops!

If you look close, you can see the bunching that I was able to create with the clip-on rings.

Another picture of the NEW curtains. I really like them!

Today, we met with some friends and played outside in the beautiful weather!
Isn't she cute?!?!  :)

That's it for today's post, but I will be back tomorrow with another quick DIY project!

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