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DIY: Rope as Curtain Ring

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jun 11, 2013 01:04 AM
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by Sarah Lonsdale last modified Jun 10, 2013

To be filed under: Why didn't we think of this? Rope as curtain ring. We've been admiring the genius ways rope can be used in the home as curtain tie , stair banister, and drawer pull, but we've never considered using it to attach a curtain to a rod, creating an instant nautical note to a room. We're adding it to the list. See below for sourcing details. Above: Curtains hung with nautical ropes. Photograph via Traditional Home . Above: We prefer organic hemp rope that is devoid of any chemical smells. Rawganique offers organically grown European Hemp Rope in a selection of widths from 3/16 inch to 3/4 inch thick. If you prefer traditional rope, Knot and Rope Supply provides a selection of widths from 1/4 inch rope up to two inches wide.   Above: The Linen Cotton Grommet Window Panel from West Elm is made from a mix of linen and cotton. Each panel is 48 inches wide and is available in a choice of lengths ranging from 63 inches to 124 inches and comes in ivory (above) or white. Pricing ranges from $59 to $79 per panel, according to size. For a cheaper alternative, try Ikea's Merete Curtains for $24.99. If you are looking for instant curtains, the Bouroullec Brothers have a solution.  






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