No matter what you’re trying to update, there’s always a way to make it an affordable version! That’s what Shelley Detton from the blog, 7 Layer Studio, discovered when she decided to redo her office on an small budget.
Sometimes, the most expensive furnishings are the ones you don’t expect to be. This is the case with drapes — and not just the curtains, but the curtain rods also!
“I didn’t want to spend a fortune on these walls, and I wanted the drapes to completely cover the space between the windows,” Shelley wrote on her blog post about the project.
So, she came up with a solution to use PVC pipes instead of rods!
“I knew I could get away with the 45 angle PVC couplers and the super cheap curtain rod brackets,” she wrote.
The rods needed to be long enough to cover the wall, which had two angles on it.