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How to turn old window blinds into roman shades


Last Updated on August 2, 2018

DIY Roman Shades

Roman shades are the most common window treatment today because of its minimalist design. Curtains are more for Victorian homes, and coloured plastic blinds are too 90’s! So if you have some window blinds in there, you can give your home a more modern outfit if you want to by redesigning that old window treatment :)

Don’t have blinds? There are plenty of ways to source old, cheap (or free) blinds that are still in good condition or repairable. You can ask family and friends, visit local thrift shops, or search online!

DIY No Sew Roman ShadesNow here’s a little note: this project is best for small windows. Using plastic blinds for bigger windows might cause your DIY roman shades to sag or the plastic slats might not be able to carry the weight of a large fabric. If your windows are a bit bigger or longer, you will want to look for more a more sturdy material like wooden blinds.

Could your windows use this makeover?

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DIY No Sew Roman Shades

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