Monday, November 14, 2011

How to Save Money on Window Treatments

You can make fast and easy curtains for staging.
Got naked windows to dress? Looking for a frugal way to change the curtains in your home?

How you handle window treatments when your home is for sale is crucial.

Window dressings have multiple jobs to perform. They can let in light, but also show off a pretty view or else block an unattractive one.

They will soften the hard edges of a room and they definitely set the style of a room and make a space seem more comfortable.

But dressing them can cost a pretty penny. So, I gathered all my money-saving window ideas in one place.

My $4.99 eBook, No-Sew Curtains and Draperies to Stage Your Home will be your guide when you're deciding how to dress windows.

Maybe you're removing your valuable window treatments because you want to take them with you and not let the buyers "negotiate you out of them."

Or maybe you've already moved and are staging your home minimally, wanting it to look occupied from the outside.

Or perhaps you just don't love your draperies, or you think they don't make your home look its best.

While writing this eBook, I've assumed that you don't have the interest or skills or equipment for sewing. No problem! This book tells you --

Which window treatment styles are the thriftiest

Where to buy fabric, mounting hardware, and other supplies

How to use alternative materials to save money

How to make luscious draperies from blankets that no one would ever suspect are a DIY project

How to choose the right mounting hardware and rings for a million dollar look on a dime

Making curtains from plastic tablecloths (Don't laugh. They're gorgeous!)

Two quick mini-blind makeovers that anyone can do and that pack a wallop of style

New tricks using bedsheets for draperies and curtains that give any space an upscale look

Tips for imitating the latest window treatment styles so your home looks up-to-date

How windows in the staged home should look, and how to get that look on a shoestring

All the super-simple alternative methods to sewing. There's more than one or two!

No-sew shortcuts to hemming that I've learned over the 50-plus years I've been sewing.

You don't want to miss this book, even if you are not planning to sell your home but want some new window treatments that don't require sewing. Go here to order and download now.   

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