Most people choose to decorate their windows with traditional curtains, blinds, or fabric valances. But finding the perfect covering—one that blocks the sun, ensures a degree of privacy, and matches existing decor—can be tricky. As a solution, some homeowners opt for creating their own alternative window treatments, in the process saving money and injecting personality into their spaces. Check out 12 of our favorite DIY window coverings from around the Web.

Lose the Drapes: 12 Better Ways to Dress a Window

Most people choose to decorate their windows with traditional curtains, blinds, or fabric valances. But finding the perfect covering—one that blocks the sun, ensures a degree of privacy, and matches e

no sew kitchen window treatment!  get some fabric, iron on "heatnbond hem" adhesive, get a super cheap curtain rod from target and add some rings with clips

no sew kitchen window treatment! get some fabric, iron on "heatnbond hem" adhesive, get a super cheap curtain rod from target and add some rings with clips! I myself have never found super cheap anything at Target!

Easier Tutorial of DIY Roman Shades - Includes a video, and no need to remove the bottom of blinds or glue each slat entirely.

Easier Tutorial of DIY Roman Shades - for kitchen nook windows in same fabric as living room curtain

Darker Gray Cabinets and Our Marble Review by Dear Lillie

has lots of great accessories to add to your kitchen decor! sponsored homegoodshappy happybydesign - Home Decoratings

Boxwood wreath on top of small curtains for kitchen window. Have to look into this for mine maybe? Don't know if I can handle not having blinds so I don't have to see in my neighbors houses all winter though...

19 Amazing Kitchen Decorating Ideas

Boxwood wreath on top of small curtains for kitchen window. Don't know if I can handle not having blinds so I don't have to see in my neighbors houses all winter though. - Tap The Link Now Find that Perfect Gift

kitchen window over the sink, I still dream about that one spot at Grandma's, I miss it so much

Charming little kitchen window and farm sink. Here they used flour sack towels as window curtains. It is a little hard to see but they have cookie cutter tiebacks and clothes pins along the top of each curtain. I also loved seeing the original tub sink.

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