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1 Window Shade 3 Ways

My Home Ideas shows us 3 clever ways to take a plain window shade from ho-hum to heavenly. This shade was covered in fabric,

these were painted,

and these were covered in wallpaper.

For the entire tutorial for each project, visit myhomeideas.com. And for inexpensive roller blinds, you might want to check out Ikea's selection.

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Jackie on Apr 18, 2013:

Sorry my last post looked jumbled and I couldn't figure out how to delete so I am reposting!

Great post! I love this versatility with the window shadings! Very beautiful! The ones that say Good and Night really gave me a great idea for my nursery!


Jackie on Apr 18, 2013:

Great post! I love this versatility with the <a href="http://beinspiredliveinspired.blogspot.com/2013/04/what-im-loving-this-wednesday-hunter.html"title="Silhoutte Window Shadings"> window shadings</a>! Very beautiful! The ones that say Good and Night really gave me a great idea for my nursery!


Doors Windows Manufacturers on Jul 23, 2010:

The window shade makeovers are the best! Makes me want to go out and buy plain shades for a weekend project :) Doors Windows Manufacturers


DIY Maven on Nov 25, 2008:

Thanks Esther! Always appreciate a shout out :)


The Finishing Touch on Nov 25, 2008:

Enjoyed the post. There are so many creative ways to spruce up roller shades; it's actually a fairly common question. Thanks for drawing attention to it. I mention your post on my blog, The Finishing Touch, today. Take a look!


Best,


Esther


http://blinds.typepad.com/the_finishing_touch/


 


DIY Maven on Oct 14, 2008:

Of course; reference away! Please note, however, that the original content came from myhomeideas.com.


NewBlinds on Oct 14, 2008:

Hey there,


I think this is the second time I've commented on one of your articles today.


These roller blinds look great, and if it's ok I'd like to reference your article in our guide to blinds blog? I think it'll be great for our readers to see what can be done to spruce up an existing blinds quite inexpensively, I presume. 


I hope you don't mind if I contribute another idea. I'll reference a product on our UK website, but obviously I'm sure you'll be able to find more "local" suppliers.


The product I'm talking about are picture blinds. We digitally print our clients' artwork or photography on a made to measure roller blinds. Ok, so it's not strictly a DIY product in the build it from scratch sense, but for those with artistic flair, or a good collection of photos... and a sense of adventure, there is an opportunity to create a blind that is truely unique.  


Also, as much as I like IKEA for value and style - I would always suggest shopping round on the internet for good value blinds. Competition's so fierce out there that there are plenty of great bargains, specifically on ready made blinds like you'll see in IKEA, but you'll also find that it's often not that much more expensive to by a blind which is made to your measurements - so there's no need to do the fiddley work of trimming down a blind!


Thanks! Great post again. Tim


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