If you have a simple curtain hanging in your window panel, you can give it some pizzazz by applying a decorative fringe or crystal bead trim. You can find supplies at any major craft store, such as Michael's or Jo-ann Fabrics and the application process is as simple as using fabric or superglue. If you're a beginner, use a little extra care not to glue your fingertips to the curtains!
If your curtains have been hanging on the same rod since 1982, it might be time to change out the hardware to update the look. Since small changes can yield major results, swap out your curtain rods and replace them with updated iron designs in warm finishes for a classic look that will last you years and won't go out of style. Restoration Hardware offers rubbed bronze and antique silver finishes that will match just about any home color scheme so, if you decide to change your curtains down the road, you won't need to reinvent the wheel—or in this case, the window.
If you're living in a rental or a new home with undressed windows, you'll want to protect yourself from peeping neighbors with simple window dressings. The good news is, you don't need to spring for expensive window treatments to maintain your privacy. Sheer drapery remains popular among home designers and solid linen/cottons will never go out of style. If you're looking to upgrade from simple to chic, classic designs, look for a silk panel in wide stripes or harlequin designs to add an air of sophistication to your window.
No, not that kind of au natural. If you want to keep your window dressings simple, clean, and earthy, drape loosely woven fabric over a rod for a simple, natural window covering that will make your window panels look fresh and neat.
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