From College-Age Color to Serene Master Bedroom

A master bedroom is transformed into a more mature, serene retreat for less than $1,000.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThis window treatment adds a unique touch to the room without blocking Krina's city view.
Kelly makes a hip window treatment to hang between brown microsuede curtain panels. Using small, pre-cut, wooden circles from a craft store, Kelly drills two tiny holes in each one, near the edges. Then she stains the wooden circles to match the other wood projects — the custom-made bed and shelving. She strings the circles together using fishing line. Because fishing line is hard to knot, she threads it though each hole once, loops it around the edge and then threads it through the same hole again. The circles are tied several inches apart and hung between the curtain panels. The hanging circles add a modern shape and natural wood texture to the window treatment.
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