From Corbels to Curtain Rod!August 10th, 2010 in member junk
When we first moved into our home, I created a curtain rod out of black piping and corbels for my Great Room. It was very inexpensive (about $20 without the corbels) and definitely made a statement. When I found some more corbels at a recent Flea Market, I decided it was time to duplicate the look in my hearth room and replace the store bought curtain rod I had there. All together (including the corbels), it cost me $50, which was the price I paid for the plain curtain rod I had there. And I think this one is much more interesting! What do you think?
To see the originals in my Great Room, you can find them on a previous JMS post here.
Pattern or design used: My own design - Lanette of Cottage Elements
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