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50 Clever New Uses for Old Things in Your Kitchen

Love this idea ~ fork made into kitchen curtain tie back - Maybe do with spoon for Health and Safety reasons. :)<<< Or do one as a fork and one as a spoon.

Living Beautifully: A Salute to My Heroes and Eye Candy

another antique hankie idea- Under The Table and Dreaming: Kitchen Window Treatment Ideas & Inspiration {blinds, shades, valances, curtains, drapery and more}

Upcycled Teacup Projects - The Cottage Market

Upcycled Teacup Projects

Time for High Tea! Every tea lover.tea cup adorer and tea pot admirer is going to love this collection of Upcycled Teacup Projects! So pinkies up!

Lace cornstarch window treatment- privacy without sewing or permanent changes. Rentals, trailers, guest cottage,

Lace window treatment with corn starch Mix Cornstarch, water, then pour into 1 c Boiling water. Paint thick layer onto window, apply cut lace ~

Use a bungee cord to instantly hang a second sheer curtain panel behind existing curtains instead of hanging a second pole.

Attach a sheer curtain panel behind your existing curtains using a bungee cord. Just run the cord through your curtains, attach the bungee hooks to the sides of the rod and stretch it across, and voilà, you have a beautiful sheer inner curtain panel!

What a really beautiful idea.I love this teacup pendant lamp. Found it on Etsy for $33 but  wondering how easy it would be to make it myself.

Upcycled Tea cup as Diy lamp shade. Home decor or tea party decorations.

Make your own bathroom hardware

Industrial Bathroom Hardware

Industrial Bathroom Hardware: DIY your own toilet paper holder, towel bar, and shower curtain rod (includes detailed shopping list)


TOP 10 Decorative DIY Curtain Designs

CURTAINS :: Hang curtains the new way! Scrap wood from an old bench, cheap hooks from Home Depot & sheer curtains from IKEA by Banphrionsa

Teacup Tiebacks for Kitchen Curtains To copy this look, take cups to a glass store to have holes drilled into the bottoms. Thread a curtain panel through a teacup. Screw a cup hook into the window frame or wall stud and hang the cup by its handle.

teacup to hold curtains back