The Frugal Guide to Fancy Curtains

Don't get hung up on high-priced window treatments. Whether you want to DIY or stick with store-bought, HGTV Magazine has some great penny-pinching ideas.

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Drop Cloth

They're neutral and cheap, and they come in a variety of dimensions to fit different window sizes. Add grommets for a more expensive look. Drop cloth: Trimaco 6' x 9' canvas, $14, homedepot.com; Grommets: Dritz in matte gold, $11 for 8, amazon.com

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