Curtain Solutions for Smaller Windows
As I've mention before, our rental home has a TON of windows. Big windows. Regular sized windows. Small windows. Windows that aren't needed for light as well as windows that are the only light source in the room. But the windows I'm showing today, are some of the smallest in the house- at 1 foot tall by 2 foot wide, they've been problematic. To add to the problem, this window is sunken in with NO place to mount any sort of hardware for hanging a curtain.
|Items needed: Fabric (or curtains), scissors, and staple gun.|
|Cut the panels about 8 inches above the hem. This leaves only one raw edge of fabric.|
|The staples are not noticeable. (Sorry about the photo, folks- the basement is already dark and to take a photo after dark is difficult.)|
Curtains: .25 cents
Total Cost .25 cents
The best part of this is that I've got leftover fabric from the curtains to play with. Come back next week to see what I do with the other parts of the curtain.