~ I've actually done this with burlap ~ I used a light weight cotton ticking for the roll-up underneath ~ also ~ I used candle wicking for the embroidery ~ many said it was beautiful! ~ ~wk~

A great idea for all your french doors. You could use it on your kitchen backdoor. Simple roll up under a flat valance in linen. Perfect idea for back door. You could also pair a piece of linen like a table runner or table cloth.

asegúrese de hacer esto con forro o de un tejido de "robusto" bits y no salen de la parte superior arrugada así (quizás velcro como archivo adjunto)

Parisian Note Lined Tie-Up Valance Note to self; make sure you make this with lining or from a bit "sturdier" fabric and do NOT leave the top wrinkly like that (perhaps velcro as an attachment)

Buenas ideas que no te debes perder...........

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

VINTAGE & CHIC: decoración vintage para tu casa · vintage home decor: 16 cortinas de baño / ducha realmente bonitas · 16 beautiful shower / bathroom curtains

VINTAGE & CHIC: decoración vintage para tu casa · vintage home decor: 16 cortinas de baño / ducha realmente bonitas · 16 beautiful shower / bathroom curtains

This is the shower curtain for my Tween daughter's bathroom.....I love the ombre turquoise :)

Aguamarina: propuestas para decorar con el tono del mar

Soft turquoise bathroom with ruffled shower curtain. My husband will never use a bathroom with a ruffle shower curtain!

La ventana del escritorio

flat roman window treatment fabricated from embroidered sheer with bead detail at hem: Sheer Roman Blinds with over top short upper valance material that matches for 2 garden doors for summer.

Gray and Gold Valance  #valances

Custom Valance Goblet Pleated P Kaufmann Padna Mineral Gold Gray White Charcoal Ikat Black Gold Tassel Trim to wide

http://www.blogtotpint.com/cortinas-de-bano-ideales-para-decorar/

Smoldering Hues Shower Curtain from Anthrologie, as featured in the first edition of Molly Makes magazine. Want, want, wantedy want.

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