A lower curtain tier provides privacy and preserves the view from this '50s kitchen. The s kitchen was fresh, modern and colorful, including its curtains and window treatments. If you have a mid-century modern kitchen or are just creating a retro feel in your modern kitchen, dress your windows in these vintage-feeling styles.
A kitchen is a place you spend a lot of time, especially if it is the area where your dining table is. Bare windows are usually strange-looking and leave the space seeming incomplete. If you choose a certain kind of curtains, they will not only add atmosphere but can also help increase privacy.
But when we got back from a month of traveling, and our neglected apartment was in dire need of a pick-me-up, I put the curtain project back on the front burner. And a couple of hours later, our kitchen is so much cuter. These dishcloth curtains are quick to make and ultra-easy, since all the edging is already done for you.
These have just a few spots, overall pretty nice without Sheridan vintage cotton print curtains, cherries cherry blossom foxgloves floral valance panels. Beautiful vintage cotton curtains, long valance panels perfect for sunroom, porch or cottage style living room.
Stephanie asked for suggestions for window treatments for her 50s kitchen, so I dived into the world wide web for a few hours and came up with a shopping list of some new vendors never featured before. They offer fabrics and hardware for suitable cheery, nostalgic window treatments. Above: pom poms from Warm Bisquit Bedding…more of their products below.
Make a vertical cut on the fabric depending on the width desired. We chose two-inch strips. Note: For a shabby chic feel, choose something similar to white and ecru chiffon fabric.
Vintage Curtains are always popular among those people pursue vintage things. Vintage curtains at curtainsmarket. I absolutely love the way they add color to my otherwise boring
It gives me great happiness to present to you: new curtains in the Houseproud kitchen. I have NO idea when I cut these out, but it was at least nine months ago. The curtains have languished in my to-be-completed pile since then, but I finally finished them last Wednesday. This fabric is soooooo kitschy and kitcheny that it makes me irrationally happy every time I walk into the room.