This list of Homemade Curtain Rods proves that you do not have to go into debt to decorate your home with lovely window treatments. These DIY Curtain Rods are all about thinking outside the box. It’s about using what you have to create curtain rods you can love and afford.
10 Homemade Curtain Rods You Can Make!
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Talk about using what you’ve got. These are the Cheapest Curtain Rods ever! They were made from leftover parts and inexpensive coat hooks. Plus you will never believe what the finials are made from.
Add some rustic charm to your window treatments with this tutorial for DIY Branch Curtain Rods from Lifeovereasy. I love how she tried several different types of wood before finding the best choice for her space!
Got a large bay window that you’d love to curtains around? Then you need this Secret for Bay Window Curtain Rods. The materials make super inexpensive homemade curtain rods and the technique is easy as pie!
Here’s another DIY Bay Window Curtain Rod from Julie Blanner. Instead of bending the rod, copper pipes are joined together to create a super sturdy window treatment.
Don’t actually need to pull your curtains closed at night? Try this homemade curtain rod idea from Painted Therapy! For under $5 she found a creative way to hang curtains and not spend a ton of money on super long curtain rods.
Who knew a pile of copper piping leftover from a plumbing project would inspire beautiful DIY curtain rods? That’s exactly what happened to Colleen from Lemon Thistle.
It took Jenn from My Fabuless Life only 10 minutes and three supplies to create these homemade curtain rods. I love the thickness of this rod and the finials are the perfect touch.
Lisa from Shine Your Light proves that you don’t have to have “proper” curtain rods or go into debt furnishing a house. The antique brass finish on her DIY Curtain Rods is lovely and you won’t believe what she used for finials!
Ditch that flimsy Target curtain rod and add something with a little more interest and heft. Like this Galvanized Pipe Curtain Rod from Sarah at The Little Red Brick House. It’s a great look for an industrial curtain rod.
Now if you really want to think outside the curtain rod box then look for something cool like an amazing antique boat hook. That’s what Danielle at Finding Silver Pennies used in her son’s nautical bedroom makeover.
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Don’t waste your time on cheap curtain rods that bend or break under the weight of your beautiful new curtains! Create your own with these simple tutorials for Homemade Curtain Rods. They are guaranteed not to bust your budget and will look fabulous in your home!
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