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Chic & Cheap: Duvets as Curtains

  1. {Arianna Belle} says:

    This is a great idea! Especially for when you find a really great printed duvet cover on sale or at a store like HomeGoods, Ross, etc.!

  2. Nicole-Lynn says:

    I always enjoy reading your home decor tips/advice. Thanks!

  3. Kate {domestikatedlife} says:

    Awesome idea — I always scan homegoods for cheap sheet sets, I never use flat sheets on my bed so they're great for creating coordinating window treatments or pillows!

  4. High-Heeled Foot in the door says:

    I never use my flat sheets, but always save them and end up using them in craft projects. 🙂

    I love the idea of using the duvet's because the have a nice weight to them and will hang properly and not be totally see-through.

  5. Abby & Her Boys says:

    Wow. I love this!

  6. Mary says:

    Another use for sheet sets is by using the flat sheet to make a shower curtain. A typical 54" home decor fabric for a shower curtain means panels need to be seamed together. A larger flat sheet would eliminate that.

  7. Jade @ Flip Flops + Pearls Design says:

    Very cool and love the orange!

  8. High-Heeled Foot in the door says:

    Oh Mary great idea! I'm having a shower curtain made and there will need to be a seam in it!

  9. Splendid Sass says:

    Great idea! I make duvet covers with two sheets. I make sure I get one size higher if I can, otherwise it is close. I put buttons or velcro at the top.
    Have a nice evening.

  10. McKenzie says:

    Smart idea!! I'll have to keep my eye out…

  11. autumn says:

    thanks for sharing a great idea!
    i am always on the lookout for fun, graphic bedding, and the ones you linked to are incredible deals.

  12. charm home says:

    This is such a great idea. I've used this technique before to have them resewn into draperies but I've never thought about just hanging the king sized duvet without having it altered. Great inspiration. Have a great weekend! -c

  13. KSK says:

    Thanks for the mention Camila 🙂

  14. Megan {Honey We're Home} says:

    I totally copied Kyle's idea and got those same duvets for my guest room. I love the navy one you found too- had never been to that site before- thanks!

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