DIY French Door Curtains

DIY French Door Curtains

These curtains were so easy. I got them done from start to finish in less than two hours! I love projects like that. Our french doors are right when you walk in the house. First room you walk past&…

Completely transformed boring interior closet doors into something more upscale and trendy. Use trim to create the look of shaker style doors, but without the high price tag.  Paint them and add hardware.

Oh, What A Difference Some Trim Makes!

Completely transformed boring interior closet doors into something more upscale and trendy. Use trim to create the look of shaker style doors, but without the high price tag. Paint them and add hardware.

Great idea for window treatments for apartment dwellers -- really could have used this in college

Great idea for window treatments for apartment dwellers -- really could have used this in college

Drapes for Doors On a practical level, hanging draperies by door would definitely cut down on the cold drafts, but for design purposes, it’s a wonderful idea as well.  It would be especially wonderful for homes without a foyer, where the front door leads directly into a main room. What a great way to make the door blend right in with the room’s décor!

Dress up your furniture with DIY slipcovers

Drapes for Doors On a practical level, hanging draperies by door would definitely cut down on the cold drafts, but for design purposes, it’s a wonderful idea as well. It would be especially wonderful for homes without a foyer, where the front door leads directly into a main room. What a great way to make the door blend right in with the room’s décor!

Two tablespoons of cornstarch dissolved in 1/4 cup of water, and then added it to 2 cups of boiling water.   Make sure the windows clean and apply the paste liberally to the back to the fabric. Then slap the fabric into place and use a squeegee (or credit card) to squeeze out bubbles and the extra paste (have paper towels on standby!) Then lightly paint a coat of paste to the front, making sure to cover the entire surface.

Two tablespoons of cornstarch dissolved in 1/4 cup of water, and then added it to 2 cups of boiling water. Make sure the windows clean and apply the paste liberally to the back to the fabric. Then slap the fabric into place and use a squeegee (or credit card) to squeeze out bubbles and the extra paste (have paper towels on standby!) Then lightly paint a coat of paste to the front, making sure to cover the entire surface.

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