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An easy DIY hack for cafe curtains using tea towels
There is something about having light & airy feelings in a room & giving it that natural light that shines through. It is so magical… This DIY hack for No Sew Teal Towel Curtains is so easy & without spending a fortune,
I wanted to get new curtains for my laundry room that would have natural light coming in but also add a bit of softness to the windows. However, I originally had curtains hanging that just felt too heavy for the space & it was lacking the natural light to come through.
I did not want to spend a lot of money on new curtains.
We all know how expensive they can be. I looked through a pile of curtains that I had saved from over the years. Either they were the wrong size or just not what I had envisioned and I wanted them to be a linen texture.
I remember I had a ton of linen tea towels that I purchased in bulk because I use them for oiling my cast iron so I had some that were not used. I had an idea about using linen tea towels for curtains without having to purchase more curtains.
Instead of having to sew, I thought I could use the ring clips I already had from the last set of curtains I had hung before.
I measured the length from the curtain rod to the bottom of the window trim. Once I got the desired length, I measured the linen tea towel & folded the top part down & attached the clips to the folded top part of the tea towel.
This was an easy DIY hack without having to spend a lot of money & no sewing involved!
I was so happy with the end result. It was exactly what I envisioned. I love how the natural light filters through & adds softness to the space.
Here is what you need:
There you have it, an easy no sew DIY curtain hack using tea towels!
Make it an amazing day y’all!
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