The kids’ “twin room” is nearing completion, and yesterday I focused on getting their curtains up. But it wasn’t without some tears and LOTS of time. I had been looking for so long for custom-looking curtains, and everywhere I turned, they were over 1,000 for four panels. I finally found some, and I want to show YOU how you can get high-end curtains that won’t break the bank!
If you’ve been following me for any time, you’ll know that I like to have a high-end look, but I refuse to spend the money to get it. I thrift, DIY, and build my way to get that look, and this blog is all about showing you how you can do it too!
If you’re interested in keeping tabs on the twin room makeover, head on over to my Instagram, where I have a whole highlight dedicated to their room.
So without further ado, let’s get started on where you can find high-end curtains that won’t break the bank! I’ll also link a few others I love too.
DIY High-End Curtains that Won’t Break the Bank
After searching for days for curtains that looked high-end but didn’t break the break, I finally took a chance on these curtains. Shipping only took a week, and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality.
These curtains are actually blackout curtains, but we won’t be using them for that. I love the heaviness of the curtains!
They’re both super easy to use and Ikea provides step-by-step instructions on how to use both.
I have a window valance, but sadly the track was missing inside. I purchased this track and I couldn’t be happier. Super easy to install, comes in different lengths and 40 clips!
A few tips to make sure your curtains look high-end
- Make sure you iron or steam them
- Hem them. Having curtains that hang at a perfect length hang so much nicer
- Hang with clips or hidden brackets if you can so they have a pleated look
- Make sure your curtains are a decent weight
Below are a few other curtains that I love
Also for your convenience, here’s links to the products in the twin room so far. Simply click on the photo to shop!