Vintage Canvas Stripe Drapery Panel
RH Baby & Child's Vintage Canvas Stripe Drapery Panel:Sporting metal grommets and a wide stripe that's been washed and distressed, our cotton canvas drapery covers windows with classic, casual good looks.
Use ordinary rope to make trendy curtain tie backs. It's an easy DIY by Caitlin Ketcham of Desert Domicile. See the step-by-step instructions on The Home Depot blog. || @desertdomicile
Best DIY Projects and Party Time - The 36th AVENUE
Are you ready to party? Can you believe Halloween is almost here? I don’t know about you but October is flying for me. I love this time of the year though, the excitement of the Holidays, the fun crafts and projects, the yummy recipes and baking. I love it all! Let me show you how …
Re-upholstery With Drop Cloth- Part 2
Welcome back, folks. If you missed part 1 of this tutorial, please catch up here . We're learning how to re-upholster with a drop cloth, l...
How to Make Smocked Burlap Curtains | Thistlewood Farms
Want to add texture to your home? Burlap curtains are a great idea for any spot in your home. Follow this pattern to add interest to your space.
Dropcloth Curtain Makeover - Town & Country Living
A few months ago I made some dropcloth curtains for the family room. While I thought myself quite clever for using dropcloth for the panels and twine for the tabs … the truth of the matter is … I don’t like them. I kept looking at them and thinking something was missing. Then it hit... Read more
Rustic Smocked Drop Cloth Curtains, Because I'm Cheap!
Okay I'm cheap and had 3 windows and a shower to dress up somehow, hum?? So a trip to the hardware store and $40 later I had enough material to cover everything. I love the look of smocked curtains for the guest room, but I'm looking at a pile of canvas! So, I combine to two. Rustic canvas drop cloth with smocking done by hand. #HomeCrafts
March CopyCat: Restoration Hardware Faux Belgian Linen
There is just something so irresistibly crisp and comfy about Belgian linen. Maybe its the understated cool- its casual texture and warmth....
How to Use Canvas Painters' Drop Cloths to Decorate--Everywhere! | 11 Magnolia Lane
Creative ideas (with tutorials) for using canvas painters dropcloths to decorate--window treatments, pillows, tablecloths, slipcovers, and more!
Ruffled Drop Cloth Curtains
i know drop cloth curtains are currently a hot item over on Pinterest. so when we moved back in January, and i was faced with 120 inch, floor to ceiling ...