Use Napkins as a Window Treatment

While I was washing my kitchen curtain, I decided to experiment. I layered three cloth napkins, that match my kitchen wallpaper, on my curtain rod for a new look. An inexpensive alternative for a curtain.


By Momof1 from Wilkesboro, NC

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September 14, 20070 found this helpful

What an excellent idea. I am very impressed with this idea not only while I wash my curtains but I'm seriously thinking of getting some cheap napkins and use them permantely. Certainly will not be as expensive as changing curtains as you change paint.

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September 15, 20070 found this helpful

Yes,,,this is great. I have done these years ago. We have one arrangement of pretty napkins, co-ordinated with cloth placemats and or tablecloth which ever I have on the table at the time, in the kitchen. I have them hanging off a very pretty rod. We also have them on a smaller window in what we call our New York room.


The ones on the smaller window I just happened to find while at Kohl's in their clearance area. You can spend more to get nice rods as your save with the " curtains". I originally got the idea from the design shows you see on TV, awhile back.

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September 16, 20070 found this helpful

Excellent, that looks great!

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By Sandy from WI (Guest Post)
September 19, 20070 found this helpful

While on vacation in South Dakota, we ate at a restaurant that had very cute valances made of pairs of denim shorts tied with red ribbon, if I remember right. I know after that, that I thought about decorating my baby's window with baby clothes hung on a clothesline with clothespins.

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