Curtains are a must-have item in every house. They may be used for a variety of functions, including as adding seclusion, blocking light (or sunshine), or just decorating your windows. However, one of the most typical issues with curtains is retying them to the window frame after you’re through using them.
There are several curtain tie back ideas to tie up your curtains, but in this blog article, I will go through the 5 major methods, why they work, and the benefits of each one.
1. Choose tie backs that complement the style of your curtain.
Tiebacks are available in an almost limitless number of styles. If your curtains are a solid color, consider tiebacks in the same or a complementary hue.
If you have patterned curtains, use tie backs that have one or more of the same colors as the patterns. Tiebacks are available wherever home goods are sold. Depending on the style, they might cost anywhere from $3.00 to $25.00 USD.
2. Kids’ room holdbacks: crowns and cuddlers
Why not add a tiara as a holdback if you have a young princess on the way? Tiaras and crowns may be found at toy, party, and costume shops.
Try using a plush animal as a curtain tieback for youngsters who like their soft creatures. Crochet designs for different animal styles are also accessible online if you’re feeling adventurous.
Pro tip: Use Kwik-Hang curtain rod brackets and holdbacks to securely hang your curtains, which are durable, safe, and great for children’s rooms!
3. Curtains in 5 Minutes
If you’re fed up with spending time tying back your curtains, this hack is for you! You just need a curtain and some hooks, and you’ll be done in less than five minutes.
- Hooks should be attached at the top of the curtain. Half-fold the shower curtain.
- Half-fold the shower curtain.
- The bottom part of the curtains should be hung on the hooks.
That’s all! You’re finished! This easy technique may save you a significant amount of time and stress. If you have lengthy curtains, this is an excellent method to keep them out of the way while not in use.
Close the curtains so they completely hide the window. Curtains should be broader than your window to create a lovely drape.
It’s OK if your curtains don’t cover the full window if you’re utilizing them as ornamental panels. Make a style that you like! Just make sure your curtains have enough fabric so that when you tie them back, they don’t seem too naked.
4. Rustic curtain tiebacks: I like leather.
Are you trying for a rustic or rural look? This one-of-a-kind curtain tieback concept is guaranteed to wow!
Using many tiebacks keeps your curtains open wide while also adding a decorative accent to your windows. This relaxed western style may complement a wide range of curtain materials, from cotton to corduroy and more.
5. Window Guard for Children
Do you have a window in your house that your children are too tempted to open? If that’s the case, our Child Proof Window Cover is the ideal answer!
This easy activity will just take a few minutes to do and will assist in keeping your children safe. Fleece fabric, scissors, pins, and a tape measure are required. A sewing machine is not required.
Instruction: Using a tape measure, measure the window. Begin by measuring the window that will be covered. You’ll need enough fabric to cover the whole window plus a few inches extra for seam allowances.
- Using scissors, cut the fleece cloth to the window dimensions plus a few additional inches for seam allowances.
- Fold the top border of the cloth down by 1 inch and pin it in place. To fix it in place, sew a straight stitch along the folded edge or use a hot glue gun.
- Should be repeated for the fabric’s bottom edge and then for the sides.
That’s it! A simple yet practical DIY Child Proof Window Cover is complete. The fleece fabric reduces the need for curtain folding, and you won’t have to worry about your youngster accidentally leaping over to open the window.