Curtains, blinds and drapes are must haves for anyone who lives near neighbors! If you have shopped for these items recently, you know exactly how expensive they can be. Luckily for you, I have rounded up some of my favorite window covering projects to share with you. These projects will give your outdated space a new look while being budget friendly. I can’t wait to hear which idea you want to make first.
Instead of paying big bucks for designer drapes, why not head to Ikea instead. Grab a set of white drapes that are super affordable there. Then come home and use your leftover wall paint to make these one of a kind drapes that are perfect for a child’s bedroom. Get the complete instructions to design your own confetti drapes here.
No Sew Window Valance
Use pretty pillowcases to make a window valance in a pinch. You can mix things up often using what you already have at home for this simple DIY. Get instructions to make these no sew valances here.
Faux Roman Shade
If you love the look of a roman shade, but not the price, you are going to want to make this project. A faux roman shade will look awesome in your home and you can make these in no time. Find the directions to make a roman shade here.
DIY Lace Window Film
This easy diy looks elegant, and it adds privacy to your windows. Add these to a bedroom where you would enjoy the natural light without bulky shades or curtains. Get the tutorial to make your own lace window film here.
DIY Functional Roman Shade
Who knew you could make your own roman shades and have them be fully functional? While this project will take a little time and skill, you could totally make one in a day. Learn how to make a roman shade here.
If you don’t have the budget for bougie draperies, you can make your own! You are going to love how easy it is to paint the perfect set of stenciled draperies for your windows. Learn how to paint stenciled drapes here.
Ombre Dipped Curtains
This project is so easy, but the results are going to look stunning on your windows. You can ombre dip dye whatever color you like, and have these ready in no time for a stunning effect. Learn how to ombre dip curtains here.
Easy Sewn Back Tab Curtains
Don’t scoff at the idea of sewing the perfect set of curtains. This method is so easy you might want to make curtains for every room in your home. Learn how to make sewn back tab curtains here.
Conduit Curtain Rods
If you have ten bucks and an hour of time, you can make these one of a kind curtain rods. They are durable, unlike those flimsy ones every shop offers, as they are made with conduit. Learn how to create your own conduit curtain rods here.
Ruffled Burlap Curtains
This ruffled burlap curtain idea offers the perfect amount of country chic to any room. If you have a farmhouse, these will look perfect in it. Learn how to sew ruffled burlap curtains here.
No Sew Curtain Panels
A similar curtain panel retails for nearly $100, but you can make these at home for next to nothing using panels you have and some ribbon. Get the details to make your own curtain panels here.
Welded Fence Rail Curtain Rods
If you can weld, you are going to want to make these gorgeous curtain rods. They are made with fence rails and turn out so beautiful! Get the instructions to make this fence rail curtain rod here.
Copper Pipe Curtain Rods
This copper pipe has a gorgeous industrial look and it is so much sturdier than the average curtain rod. Use salvaged materials if you can to make this project super affordable. Learn how to make these copper pipe curtain rods here.
Damask Wall Art
This cheap project looks perfect in any room of the house. Use puffy paint and make a pattern that you love for an easy way to make your walls pop! Find out how to make damask wall art here.
How to Make a Long Hexagon Tray
This long hexagon tray is going to look perfect in your living room. It is a gorgeous place to store your trinkets. Learn how to make a long hexagon tray here.
Cassity Kmetzsch started Remodelaholic after graduating from Utah State University with a degree in Interior Design. Remodelaholic is the place to share her love for knocking out walls, and building everything back up again to not only add function but beauty to her home. Together with her husband Justin, they have remodeled 6 homes and are working on a seventh. She is a mother of four amazing girls. Making a house a home is her favorite hobby.