Tasha King Window, 2018-08-16 19:25:43. Check this out to get some practical window treatment ideas for your own home. Guides to the do"s and dont"s. They should give you some food for thought before you leap in and get started. (The other option...brick your window up and have done with it. What do you think?)
Tamara Stafford Window, 2018-08-16 19:28:09. Using wood and plywood, create a covering that will set over just the top portion of the home windows. Think about making a box, but leaving off the last piece of wood. You will have a rectangular area to work with. It is a good idea to measure, but because you are making it yourself, there is no right or wrong to the width or height of the covering. Using padding from a fabric store, cover the front portion that will face out and be seen by people entering the room. Cover it with a fabric that fits with the nursery"s feel and use a staple gun to secure it tightly.
Tanya Kirk Window, 2018-08-16 19:27:47. My window treatment ideas for this kind of window. Set the curtains wider than you would normally. This gives the illusion of a wider window. Make the rod or track around 30cm wider each side of your window. Rather than the usual 20cm. Then when you open your curtains don"t push them back as far as you would normally.
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