Sunday, April 26, 2009


So, ever since Layla from
talked about how she used these in her home everyone has been using them. Take a look at what Hayley from did with her drop cloth. She put a cool fringe on them. I am loving that. Heather from talks about different kinds of ways to hang them up and shows what she used.
Susie from talks about how she used them. It's fascinating to see what one person shares and how many people have followed suit to implement it in their home.

All this to say that I am going to be heading out to Home Depot or Lowes to be purchasing myself some. One lady mentioned that Wal Mart drop cloths had a more white look to it. Home Depot and Lowes had more of a linen look to it. I will be buying some from Wal Mart to do our bedroom windows and some from Home Depot to do our family room and dining room windows. So, stay tuned on Wed. I plan on showing you some pics. If there is any leftover cloth, I plan on making some cool pillows. Ihave ideas rolling around in my head, I need to get them out.

Have you used the drop cloth curtains?

Check out these cool wall art ideas. Kimba from I love the "family" one she used. Scroll down and link to the other links she posted.

Have fun and happy deocorating.Pin It Now!


Kimba said...

Thanks for the link! I used drop cloths as curtains on my back porch last year. They worked really well and help up in the weather. Here's a link...


Rachel said...

Hello, I just wanted to ask you if you had shipped the book from the giveaway. I can't tell you how anxious I am to recieve it! Anyways, I just wanted to make sure that you had received my email. Thanks!

Cheryl said...

Please go to my profile page and click on the email link and email me. I never received your email. I searched through your blog to find and email you, but didn't see an email anywhere.

Rachel said...

Sorry, I just emailed you.

Gen said...

can't wait to see your curtains!

Sue said...

Who woulda thought drop cloths could make such beautiful drapes? You always find the coolest blogs! I'll have to remember that!