Window treatments can make such a difference when it comes to making your space feel like home. Not only do they provide privacy, but they add texture, color, and pattern. If you’re looking to add window treatments to your home, it can come as a sticker shock if you want to buy them from your favorite brand. With different fabrics and sizes, window treatments can get expensive, but with these ideas, you can make them yourself for cheap.
Check out some of our favorite DIY window treatment tutorials:
Anything no-sew is right up our alley! These valances are simple and look really cute too!
For roman shades and curtains, this tutorial is the perfect combo. Plus, this simple and casual look is timeless and works with many styles.
For a little extra pop in your kitchen, consider making some roman shades for the window above your sink.
Have an extra tablecloth on hand? You can make farmhouse curtains out of it with the tutorial link above.
For privacy in the bathroom, we love this idea from the Merry Thought to add interior window shutters. It’s a fun look, and by painting them white, it can easily tie into the rest of your space.
Another no-sew option for curtains, this time with a drop cloth, making it very inexpensive.
We love this cafe curtain from our girl Erin at Francois Et Moi! Perfect for the bathroom and easy to make as well.
Have some basic IKEA curtains, but want to add a little pop? This tutorial from the Grit & Polish is perfect for you.
Simple roman shades are great for making really bright rooms a little darker and bringing a sense of privacy to your home, without completely closing off the light.
Some farmhouse style curtains can add style and pattern to a simple space, which we love!
Want to make a wood window valance? Check out the tutorial link above.