Make a No-Sew Fabric Covered Roller Shade | The DIY Mommy
Make a No-Sew Fabric Covered Roller Shade out of a blackout blind and custom fabric to match your decor. Printable Instructions included.
14 DIY Kitchen Window Treatments
Whether you're looking for casual curtains or something a little more formal, these DIY window treatments are sure to hit the spot. We have ideas for valances, shutters, curtains, and more.
Fabric Covered Roller Shades - Finally
When I started this little project, my hopes were to add a touch of color to the windows over the kitchen sink while allowing the natural light to continue to flow through. My other goal was to spend as little money as possible. So far so good. This was such an easy project! The shades were cut to size at my local hardware store and I literally glued the fabric to the shades. You can find similar roller shades here that peel to width. First I spread the fabric out face down and rolled the…
A Dose of DIY: Roller Shade Upgrade (No Sew!)
Alas, custom window coverings seem to be one of those things which are never very cheap. I've had the same tired single panel curtains held up by tension rods for several years now, and with my change in bedroom paint color (photos soon!), it was about time to give the...
Roller Shade Design Challenge: Fun-For-Kids Edition | Blinds.com
We sent eight top bloggers a plain white roller shade and challenged them to send us their best creation. See what our crafty friends came up with!
My Kitchen's DIY Roll-up Shades
If you've been following this blog for a little while, you might have guessed that our kitchen is - shall we say - "retro" (and not my favorite room in the house)? Thankfully, the cabinets and counters are white(ish) - so, I was able to play with color a bit to cheer it up. When we moved in, we had the walls painted in a light orange shade. Our casual dishes are yellow and displayed behind glass doors. We have a window over the sink and a back door (half glass) that needed shades. Of course…
DIY Fabric Blind
This black shade was over our back door when we moved in. It's horrible! I don't even know what type of material it is. It was constantly falling off, and permanently wrinkled. I decided to replace it. I bought this material at fabric.com with the material I bought for my pillow covers. Here's what I did to make the blind: I laid the black material over my yard of fabric. I cut around the material leaving enough left over on the edges to hem. I added a strip of yellow fabric to the bottom…