1 Curtain, 3 Ways
Here's how to make a $20 tab-top curtain look like a million, all without a single stitch.
Add a Band of Color
Consider a bold shade of red to warm up a room. A fabric with a graphic pattern, such as this hand-blocked print, provides a vivid contrast against the plain panels. To carry off this look, the fabric should be roughly 17 inches in depth. (This is not a set measurement, but make it large enough to have a strong presence.) Start by determining how high you want the fabric panel -- pin it in place, and look before you cut. We used hot glue for this project, but any type of fabric adhesive will do.
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