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How to Swag Curtains

Dress up your windows with stunning curtain swags


Curtain swags are an easy way to add a touch of beauty and elegance to any window. 

When dressing your windows with curtain swags, there are many style combinations available to choose from but the key to creating a professional result every time is knowing how to hang a curtain swag properly.


Swag curtains DIY 

Swag curtains are created by using a fabric that flows well as it is draped loosely over a drapery rod or other drapery hardware such as crowns, scrolls or holdbacks.
The material can be sheer or you can create different looks by incorporating different fabrics, colors or lengths. An extra valance or set of blinds can be added to the window beneath the swag curtain for extra privacy.
Steve will now demonstrate how to achieve the look of a perfect, flowing swag curtain in this short video.


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Regulations:
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3. Contest Winner will be announced December 24, 2013 on our Facebook page
4. Contest is limited to participants living in the US

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