Build curtain rods out of copper plumbing pipe for $35. They are strong, surprisingly easy to make, and very attractive. Can paint them for greater variety.

DIY: How to Make A Copper Pipe Curtain Rod for $35

Izabella DIY Copper Pipe Curtain Rods [Obsessively careful instructions including, heaven forfend, painting them! I would polish these until they gleamed so bright they could be used as nightlights —

Use ketchup and nail polish remover to polish copper pipes from the hardware store!**

Polish copper pipe with ketchup. Rub it with ketchup and let it sit for about 30 minutes. Then use a combo of cleaner (to remove the ketchup residue some of the text came off too) and then nail polish remover to erase the red print.

Galvanized plumbing curtain rod, hung from ceiling to make ceilings appear taller.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Vintage French Soul ~ Galvanized plumbing curtain rod, hung from ceiling to make ceilings appear taller.

The 11 Best Tricks for Small Space Living | The Eleven Best

The 11 Best Tricks for Small Space Living

Guest bath Use current towel rod; add strong shower curtain rings and make holes in baskets. Can do in both bathrooms? In our bathroom: move hand towel and cloth to other wall on hooks. In other bathroom: move Gord's towel above mine on back of door.

DIY conduit curtain rod

DIY double industrial conduit curtain rod.

Outdoor curtains | Take a 3/4" diameter galvanized pipe from the plumbing department over to hardware and buy two screw eyes with a ring diameter just large enough to accommodate the pipe. While you’re there, pick up a pair of 2" corner braces to keep the pipe from slipping out of place. Remember to drill pilot holes to simplify driving the screw eyes. Then either sew a 2-inch rod pocket at the top of each panel or use curtain ring clips and attach curtain rod conduit behind the deck joist

Outdoor curtains | Take a 3/4" diameter galvanized pipe from the plumbing department over to hardware and buy two screw eyes with a ring diameter just large enough to accommodate the pipe. While you’re there, pick up a pair of 2" corner braces to keep the pipe from slipping out of place. Remember to drill pilot holes to simplify driving the screw eyes. Then either sew a 2-inch rod pocket at the top of each panel or use curtain ring clips and attach curtain rod conduit behind the deck joist

14 façons d'utiliser les tringles à rideaux décoratives, autre... que pour suspendre des rideaux! - Trucs et Astuces - Des trucs et des astuces pour améliorer votre vie de tous les jours - Trucs et Bricolages - Fallait y penser !

14 façons d'utiliser les tringles à rideaux décoratives, autre... que pour suspendre des rideaux!

easy DIY picture rail using brass cafe curtain rod and plumber's chains Do this with the plumbing pipe and frames in the laundry room.

DIY Plumbing Pipe Curtain Rod Tutorial | Complete instructions, including extra long rods.

DIY Plumbing Pipe Curtain Rod

Before & After: A Pretty Front Porch

Before & After: A Pretty Front Porch

Galvanized inch electrical conduit makes strong, inexpensive, and weather-worthy curtain rods for a porch

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