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How to “Train” Readymade Curtains

How to "Train" Readymade Curtains - roomfortuesday.comI’ve had this post on my must-write list for awhile now, because I think there is this common misconception that really good looking drapery has to be custom- which typically costs quite a bit of money. Having both high-end (more expensive) custom drapery panels and readymade options throughout my home, I’m here to tell you (as a designer) that some of the budget-friendly options can definitely take on a custom feel… they just require a bit of work and you have to know how to properly “train” them. Click through for my best tips for making your window treatment budget go further, and get my simple 3-step process for training readymade curtains for a custom, designer look… minus the high price tag. Continue Reading

Faux Reeded Glass Window DIY -
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Faux Reeded Glass Window DIY

When trying to brainstorm a solution for our ugly original egress window in the basement bedroom (see the before images here), I’ll admit- I felt stumped. It wasn’t until I was standing in the kitchen, admiring our cabinetry, when…

Hiding Cords for Wall Sconces & Picture Lights -
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Hiding Cords for Wall Sconces & Picture Lights

After sharing our guest bedroom, specifically my sconce makeover & installation, I’ve received many questions about how exactly we hid the sconce cords. It’s no mystery and an easy fix! It has also been quite awhile since I’ve shared…

Creating Your Own Photographic Art -
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Creating Your Own Photographic Art

I hope you had a wonderful weekend! I’m still very much enjoying Canada, but I wanted to share the process behind creating my oversized photographic equestrian artwork in the maroon guest bedroom with you. These works turned out so…

Small Coffee Table Makeover -
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Small Coffee Table Makeover

Over the summer, I spontaneously snagged a really beautiful coffee table on Facebook Marketplace. At the time, I didn’t have plans for it, but I really liked the shape & details. Fast forward to now, that little table has…