Welcome to the Hoppin’ For The Holidays Giveaway Hop hosted by MamaNYC!
Christmas is nearly here which mean everyone is busy looking for the perfect gifts, decorating, planning the holiday meal that will be shared with the ones we love. Each of the blogs listed below in the linky have gathered together to bring our readers some amazing prizes. This event will run from December 13 - 29th, which means you will have plenty of time to “hop” down the linky list and enter the giveaways listed below. Good Luck and Happy Holidays!
Let’s Meet Passport To Frugal’s Sponsor… Curtain and Bath Outlet
Decorating your home to fit your style and budget can some times be a daunting task. With the holidays and New Years party’s approaching it’s time for me to tackle my window curtains in the kitchen and dining room (one large room).
I found the perfect curtains to help me distinguish between the two areas, yet the colors match and the details are just a little different making it feel as though we have two rooms instead of one large area room.I received the following products to facilitate my review.*
I decide upon the Logan Check Curtains. Simply because I was able to place different valance styles in matching color on the opposite sides of the room and it still made the room feel a thought it matched, yet every item was not exactly the same.
I paired the Bradford Valance and the Logan Tiers at 63″ to complete the windows on the north side of the room. I choose the shorter tiers because I simply do not like having them drag the floor are. We live on a farm and we track in dust, hay, mud you name it I’ve vacuumed it up. Since the tiers are not touching the floor is makes it so much easier for me to vacuüm and I don’t feel they collect dust quit as quickly.
On the south side I paired the Tailored Valance with the 24″ Tier. Creating an open café type window setting. This allow me to see directly out the windows facing the livestock and the area where the grandchildren play on the trampoline.
In this first picture you can see the Bradford Valance paired with the longer tiers. The same color of red I decided upon, except without the short center tiers running across the lower half. This is in my north window area.
This second picture shows exactly the style I have in the south windows. The Tailored Valance and the short tiers. I love being able to look out both windows without having to move the curtains our having little sticky fingers moving the curtains to the side so they can look out;)
Here are a few shots of the valances, I apologize for the glare and I promise to take a better picture during the day time and add it here.
As you can see our family has been busy decorating for the holidays.
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