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Many of you have been inquiring about suggestions for curtains.  Most of the options I have seen are quite expensive, or the quantity of fabric that is required can quickly add up to a cost prohibitive total.  Therefore, I am sharing my dear friend Steph’s brilliant idea of shower curtain-curtains (See Thompson’s nursery here).  With so many options available, and with endless fabric combinations, you can create a truly unique look that suits the style you are going for.

Nursery Curtains Inspiration Board

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10 Responses to “project:”

  1. JenJ2011 says:

    Amazing as always!! I know you are busy but I was wondering if you would be able to do a baby announcement download soon? That would be fantastic!

  2. Dina @ Honey + Fitz says:

    I  did a post on this exact idea a couple of weeks ago! 
    http://honeyandfitz.blogspot.com/2011/06/using-shower-curtains-as-window.html
    Such a fantastic way to save money and inject a lot of color and personality into a room. I love your twist on it here adding the coordinating fabric banding.

    • Joni says:

      Oh, so fun!!!  Guess I have had my head in the sand while traveling.:)  Curtains can be so crazy expensive, and I just love this concept.  I love your picks, too!

    • Dina @ Honey + Fitz says:

      I love it too!  I’m dying to do some shower curtain drapes in my house now and I think those striped ones from West Elm might be the winner.

  3. Marysuetattoo says:

    Fantastic! Just the other month I scooped up some amazing shower curtains for this exact purpose! I can’t belive I stumbled upon this post!

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  5. Ankita Srivastava says:

    I have a query – Why is it required to cut the curtain in half? I am worried that It will introduce gaps in the curtain.

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  7. Jsj says:

     I also think you should hem the cut sides

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