25 DIY Window Covering Tutorials

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Windows are often my favorite part of the room, until it comes to covering them. DIY window coverings are a great way to save some cash and still have a custom look you love, but choosing the style can be so agonizing. It’s like picking out a pair of shoes to go with the great outfit you’ve painstakingly put together. Will this style enhance the other features of the room? or draw the attention away from all of the details you’ve slaved over? Should they be more matchy-matchy or more eclectic? Shades vs blinds? Cornice or valance? I can’t answer any of these questions for you, but I have tutorials for 25 DIY window coverings to help you out! (featured image via Better Homes and Gardens)

slide 1: Kid’s Drop Cloth Curtains
slide 2: Galvanized Curtain Rod
slide 3: Stenciled Damask Curtains
slide 4: Blackout Liner for Bamboo Shades
slide 5: Barn Wood Window Valance
slide 6: Polka Dot Confetti Drapes
slide 7: Round Striped Window Covering
slide 8: No-Sew Roman Shades
slide 9: Easy Drop Cloth Curtains
slide 10: Privacy Screen
slide 11: Electrical Conduit Curtain Rod
slide 12: Shirred Curtains
slide 13: Easy Pelmet Boxes
slide 14: How to Lengthen Drapes
slide 15: Roman Window Shade
slide 16: Lace Window Screens
slide 17: Indoor Window Shutters
slide 18: Ombre Chevron Curtains
slide 19: Cabinet Door Window Cornices
slide 20: DIY No-Sew Roman Shades
slide 21: Updating Vertical Blinds
slide 22: Painted Patterned Drapes
slide 23: Double-Layered Roman Shades
slide 24: Stenciled Window Drapes
slide 25: Adjustable Window Covering

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 Have you DIYed a window covering that makes your heart flutter? I want to see! Let me know about it in a comment!

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  1. says

    These are all great window covering ideas. The Roman Shade is my favorite among the many types of window coverings. I also go for a combination of blinds and curtains but i have never done DIY projects on window coverings. I must admit i’m not really that type who knows how to sew and do stuff on my own so i guess i would just have to buy these things in department stores.

  2. says

    I love these ideas for window coverings, so creative and fun to do as well. Using pipes and old pieces of wood and cabinetry for valances and rods is so neat. The DIY Blackout liner for the bamboo shades is a great money-saver as well. I would only worry about how to wash curtains I had painted or stenciled on.. even if it was safe-ish to do so when using the right materials! Also love the no-sew roman shades idea, thanks so much for sharing, im bookmarking this one!

  3. Judy Reynolds says

    I would love to show you a picture of how I used three sets of shutters with decorative L brackets as a sort of valance of my 3 kitchen windows, but I can’t figure out how to post a picture here. I use shutters and doors and windows for lots of things!

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