8 Unique Window Treatment Ideas

Nothing finishes a room or adds charm like custom window treatments.  So today I’m sharing 8 of my favorite unique window treatment ideas gathered from around the web.8 Unique and Affordable Window Treatment Ideas

Back to what seems like ages ago, I posted about our custom made RV curtains for our Class A.  Okay, y’all…there are some limitations with an RV.

But we stopped RVing almost 2 years ago and I’m oohing and aahing over the options out there!  I may need to have an intervention done on me! You see for simplicity sake, I bought premade curtains from Target, but wow…the inspiration here is mighty tempting.  Help!?!  I’m so so tempted to make some changes.

Please check out the linked websites to see how these beauties were made.

Anthropologie-inspired lace curtains from Upcycled Treasures:
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$7 Burlap Sack Valance from Funky Junk Interiors:

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Burlap Window Treatment by Plum Doodles:

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I can’t find the source for this as a DIY project but Hobby Lobby has metal corner brackets that would be gorgeous for a unique window treatment similar to this look.

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Rustic burlap curtains with adorable pom-poms from The Little Umbrella:

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A DIY Window Valance from I Heart Naptime:

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This one isn’t so much a window treatment as it is a gorgeous way to add elegance to a room through your curtain hardware.  Use a curved shower curtain rod to hang floor-length curtains.  Stunning!!

(curtains in image below come from Soft Surroundings)

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This adorable twig curtain rod from Primitive and Proper:IMG_0727

 

Anybody else get lost in window treatment ideas??  Please tell me I’m not alone!

 

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Comments

  1. I never would have thought to use a curved shower curtain bar for a window! That looks really cute. I would totally do that in my daughter’s nursery, but we needed the blackout curtains to be flat against the window. Maybe when she’s older and doesn’t need to nap during the day!

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