A few weeks ago, we wrote about how to turn your kitchen into a makeshift curtain rod, and we thought it was worth a post detailing how to do that.
We wanted to make a curtain that didn’t cost a fortune and was also a bit easier to hang up.
But the trick was finding something that looked a little more like an old-school curtain rod.
You don’t need fancy curtains, or fancy hardware, or a big, bulky curtain stand.
You just need a piece of metal or a metal rod.
Here are some tips on how to get started.
The iron curtain: If you have an iron curtain stand, this one’s your best bet.
If you don’t, use something else.
You can buy a curtain rod on Amazon for under $30, or get one from a local hardware store for a fraction of the price.
Once you’ve found your iron curtain rod of choice, just bend it at an angle to get a straight edge.
Then, you can slide the curtain rod over the top of the iron curtain.
That way, the iron doesn’t have to fall down when the curtain is moved.
You’ll also need a curtain stand to hang it up.
We’ve covered this with our handy guide, and it’s a great idea to buy one of these.
The metal curtain: Another option is to buy an old metal curtain rod that has a curved edge, like this one from Home Depot.
If that doesn’t work for you, we’ve got some tips for making your own.
If it looks a little too big for your room, we recommend purchasing a curtain arm, which is just a metal arm that fits into your iron.
These are very durable, and will hold the iron in place without falling over.
If your iron doesn.t have a curved iron, you might want to use a metal curtain arm instead.
The curtain rod is the easiest to hang.
But make sure you have a good place to hang your curtain, and that it’s not on a wall.
You want to make sure it doesn’t fall down, because that’s what thieves are after.
This guide will help you determine what size curtain rod you should buy, and what type of arm to buy.
We’ll also cover some of the other safety issues you’ll want to be aware of, including how to secure the curtain arm in the event of a break in the iron.
You could also use a wooden dowel, which we recommend for more stable hanging.
Finally, it’s worth noting that you don.t need to buy all of these items, as you can make up a simple curtain rod from scrap and get away with it.
If all you need is a curtain, there’s no reason to spend more money.
To make it even easier, we have a tutorial on how you can create a curtain with a little DIY help.
We used a small metal rod to make the curtain, so we didn’t need to go through a whole process of making one.
You might also be interested in our guide on how easy it is to hang curtains, and make them look professional.
If there’s something you have left over, check out our roundup of the best DIY curtains for hanging, from curtains made from reclaimed wood to those made from vintage fabrics.
If everything works, you’ll have a beautiful curtain that looks like a piece from your grandmothers kitchen.
But what if you want to get more creative?
It doesn’t hurt to have a little imagination when it comes to the curtain you buy.
If the curtain doesn’t come with any hardware, you could cut a piece out of the wood or fabric you’re going to use to hang the curtain.
The beauty of this is that you can cut the piece to the size you need, and then attach it to a curtain piece.
If using reclaimed wood, the curtain could be made from a large piece of wood that is sitting in the middle of the house.
If making a curtain from a fabric, you should choose a fabric that has some kind of lining or trim that will hold it in place.
This way, when you pull it apart, the fabric is easy to clean and looks professional.
And remember, you don?t have to go out and buy a bunch of curtains just to hang them up.
If someone steals your curtain rod and tries to get it back, they could probably cut it up and throw it in the garbage.
But, at least you won’t have a nasty looking curtain rod sitting in your room!
The iron door curtain: A few years ago, our friend and fellow Polygon contributor Ryan Clark wrote about using an old iron curtain for a DIY curtain.
Here’s how he did it: Grab a piece your curtains are going to hang on, like a wooden board, or even scrap paper.
You also want a piece that won?t bend, so that it can