10 Lovely DIY Kitchen Window Treatments

Window treatments give you the opportunity to adorn your kitchen with patterns and colors.  Consider the following tips when dressing your kitchen windows.

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  • Painted Linen Curtains

Use your painting skills to add a vintage feeling to white linen curtains.

 

  • Window Shades

Window shades can be lowered and raised from the top or bottom.  They are sleek and simple, enabling you to control your view or incoming sunlight.

 

  • Repurposed Bed Sheets

Using basic sewing skills and an iron, you can turn unwanted bed sheets into elegant kitchen curtains.

 

  • Roman Shades

Roman shades are a pulley mechanism covered in fabric.  They fold up to let in light and down to offer privacy.  They can be placed within or outside a window frame.  Flat folding Roman shades present clean lines while swag or balloon Roman shades present curved lines.

 

  • Valances

Lengths of decorative drapery that can be installed above a window and positioned outside a window frame.  Additional blind options can be installed underneath for privacy.   Valances can be pleated, swag, ruffled, scalloped, etc.

 

  • Fabric Window Panels

Long curtains offer a kitchen height and softness.  Fabric window panels can have patterns or be solid colors and casual or formal.

 

  • Gold Chain Curtain Tieback

To add sparkle and visual appeal to your kitchen, you can use a gold chain curtain tieback.

 

  • Sheer Curtains

Sheer curtains are a wispy and casual option.  They are semi opaque drapes that offer the appearance of window panels and privacy, but still allow sunlight to enter.

 

  • Shutters

Unfolding or plantation shutters can be customized to fit a window.  Shutters can be layered beneath panels or used alone.

 

  • Wood Blinds

Wood blinds provide privacy and light control.  Their sleek design offers a modern appeal.