Entering your kitchen, your eyes are drawn to the window. All the work you put into those valances paid off. You laugh; what work? It was easy! You gave your kitchen a face-life for $10 and 30 minutes of your time. How did you do this exactly?
All you need is some fabric, a curtain panel, a staple gun, Stitch Witchery/Heat n’ Bond, a ½ x 2” board, 1.5” “L” brackets, and an iron. They combine to make this deceptively sophisticated window covering.
With $10 Thirty Minute Valance
Cheap and quick is one thing, but your good taste is needed to make it look good. What fabric you choose is entirely up to you. This particular fabric is Traditions Chocolate/Natural from Warehouse Fabrics Inc.
In fact, this blog is a great source for all things decorative. With lots of ideas for cheap diy projects, you won’t get bored easily here.
The blog doesn’t just have diy ideas. It gives you resources for the best places to find cheap supplies, just a few of which include: Craigslist, Goodwill, Amazon, World Market, and more. The blog writer also includes a list of where she gets the inspiration for her decorating and designs. The three she lists are Better Homes & Gardens, HGTV, and Pottery Barn.
So if you’re looking for a way to spruce up any room in your home, you can’t go wrong with this valence, courtesy of Starter Home to Dream Home. It’s quick and it’s easy, so even if you don’t get it perfectly the first time, you won’t have lost a fortune and you’ll have plenty of time to try again!