Budget Window Treatments
Dress up your windows for less with these ideas for budget window treatments. Learn how to transform store-bought window treatments into custom creations or how to make your own window treatments from scratch. Window treatments are an essential decorating element. They soften a room; add color, pattern, or texture (or all three); and provide privacy and control over natural light. Even on a small budget, you can create beautifully dressed windows that wow. These money-saving ideas will help you give your windows a new look without stretching your budget. Whether you are looking for bathroom window treatments, or drapes for your bedroom or living room, or cafe curtains for your kitchen, you'll find plenty of inspiring window treatment photos and ideas for embellishments, do-it-yourself projects and detailed how-tos. These affordable window treatment ideas can easily be tailored to fit your decor so they will look right at home against your existing furniture, wall color, accessories, and flooring. Get started today and you can have a new look for your windows in no time and without a lot of money.
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