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(Click to Enlarge)This was a great and quick DIY project for CasaCullen fam. And you know how we love our DIY projects...HERE'S a link to all we've done so far. We did it late one night (must to hubby's dismay) and I'm so happy with the outcome. We went faux because, as I mentioned in my comment above, the real wood blinds were just out of our budget. We're slowly adding faux/wooden venetian blinds all over the house because as I've mentioned before...we're huge on only purchasing things we can afford and charging nothing on a credit card. So one day, dear readers, one day we'll have all our windows blinded.
So back to the story at hand...we got our faux white blinds at Big Lots for a very affordable price. I can't believe how distracting those old dingy, ugly, creamy colored mini-blinds actually were. Truly, you don't realize something like that until you have something to compare it to. The new white fresh ones really look so much better with the decor and they create a cleaner looking space too. And who can't resist my adorable Minnie Monets sitting pretty in the middle. HERE'S a great DIY on how to stylishly frame your children's artwork for under $20.
As I mentioned, I'm not on the search for some affordable window treatments that will totally accent my color theme that includes, touches of turquoise and white. I'm not really sure if I just want to use pretty white panels as my choice treatment like we did in our master bedroom. Or do I want to opt for a print or something more funky? I've put together a great and affordable assortment of ideas below. I'm toying with the idea of a buttery yellow, navy blue or white brocade type print. Any thoughts/pointers for me? Window treatments are a terrific way to update your look and add a pop of color too. Enjoy!
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Above images captured via CasaCullen's Elph PowerShot Camera