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Little Green Notebook: Roman Shades from Mini-Blinds (Revised!) There is sewing involved (seems do-able), but they look a lot more sturdy than the original no-sew ones I made a few years back!

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It’s Curtains, Hang Em High

In this illustration, you can easily see how hanging draperies up near the ceiling and out on the walls create a much better look for the windows, and the room as well. The drapery placement frames the window, makes the window look twice as big, and lifts the room in perceived height. It’s kind of an optical illusion, but it really works wonders.

Clean, simple cornice board for kitchen eat-in area window treatment. For project Q, it should be much larger vertically- same length as current window treatment.