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Vintage Kitchen Inspiration

In with the Old: Vintage Kitchen Inspiration

A sleek new kitchen with double ovens and double islands may not be a reality for many of us, but anyone from renter to rehabber can achieve a cheery vintage kitchen! Get inspired and check out the 5 simple tips for getting the look.• Collection inspiration. Old soda bottles, dishes, glassware or fans: try displaying a collection in your kitchen for a touch of history.• Put a skirt on it. Use fabric to replace cabinet doors or hide the plumbing under the sink.

Dressed-Up Matchstick Blinds  Matchstick blinds work well for kitchens. Add your own personal touch with flouncy fabric ties.  Make the ties about 7 inches wide and twice the length of the window. Fold each strip in half lengthwise, right sides together, and stitch along the raw edges, leaving an opening for turning the strip right side out.

14 DIY Kitchen Window Treatments

Whether you're looking for casual curtains or something a little more formal, these DIY window treatments are sure to hit the spot. We have ideas for valances, shutters, curtains, and more.

Window shutters in the kitchen. Pretty.

Kitchen-Friendly Window Treatments

Window treatments in the kitchen have a few more limitations than in the rest of the home: namely, that they be easy to clean. Often, we’ve foregone them all together. In the heat of summer, however, they can be really useful for blocking direct sunlight from the kitchen.Here are a few ideas for window treatments that will provide a little shade while remaining cleanable in this hard-working room: Roller Shades: No-nonsense shades can roll up out of the way when you want a direct view out.

DIY roman shades from cheap mini-blinds. tutorial on her blog. this way is a lot easier than the other types i've seen.

DIY: Roman Shades From Mini-Blinds

Ready for another project that turned out WAY better than I thought it would? Take a look: I’ve been seeing tutorials for roman shades all over Pinterest lately and knew just the place I want…

Window Covering - build your own blinds with whatever fabric you want. All you need is scissors & some glue.

My $4 Window Covering

We just moved into a new house about a week 1/2 ago and we had blinds on all the windows except for the half light window on our back door. We tried temporary paper blinds which looked horrible and they kept falling down. So you can imagine how excited I was when I came across this amazing tutorial on Jenny's blog: Little Green Notebook. Thank you so much Jenny! I bought the vinyl mini blinds from Walmart and I got this $30/yard fabric for free, thanks to my sister who had a coupon from a…