Real Estate and Design Tips
Six weeks for a makeover seems long enough until you start the project. If you had someone working around the clock in the room, 6 weeks is easily a good estimate. For some of us, that's only a handful of Sundays to truly makeover a room. The great thing about setting a date and a timeline for a makeover is the planning. Not to mention the One Room Challenge by Linda and House Beautiful and all the participants always encouraging you to succeed! Planning out the room and the materials allows for lots of research for the right piece. Then executing in steps, gives you time to reflect on your next move, and the need to change it;) Here is the room before and the plan.
DIY Projects- ORC Week 4-5
It has been a busy two weeks of DIY projects for the One Room Challenge with Calling it Home and House Beautiful. To catch you up on the previous weeks and the plan for the space here is Week 1 and Week 2 blog post for your review. Since everyone loves a good, EASY, DIY project. I thought I would share the two I tackled for the one room challenge.
The first DIY project was the pipe curtain rod. I pinned a couple to Pinterest because the idea of not having the break in the rod, the size I want at a reasonable price is just to awesome to pass up! Curtains should be about 12 inches around the window on each side and top. The length of the curtains should puddle or touch the floor. Here is the Pinterest post I followed, it is very informative and easy to follow from Designer Trapped!
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