Last week I showed you a bunch fabric I picked up recently on a shopping trip; now it’s time to put some of it in good use. Might as well start with adding a little bit of color in my kitchen with DIY Window Cornices.
I got my particle boards cut:
(2) 40 inches wide by 12 inches tall for the fronts of the cornices
(4) 3 inches wide by 12 inches tall for the sides
Now to cover up all of the staples I simply added an extra small piece of fabric with my hot glue gun. This part isn’t necessary since it’s pretty hard to see under the cornice since it only sits 3 inches from the wall, but since I’ll often be right under it washing dishes, I thought better make it right the first time.
And there we go. A little pop of color in the kitchen with some easy DIY Kitchen Window Cornices. And this lovely blue color goes wonderfully with my new Butler’s Pantry fabric as well.
Well, now that I accomplished my first window cornice, I foresee a couple more of these in my future. And well… two windows down, only about 25 more to go in the new house.