CurtainsAnonymous

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Rumford, Rhode Island · 23 Sales

CurtainsAnonymous

A quick fix!

Rumford, Rhode Island 23 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Last updated on May 28, 2017

FUN TIPS... HOMEMADE CURTAIN RODS. CHECK IT OUT!

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Nancy and Sue

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Nancy and Sue

White Battenberg Lace Tie Backs  6" x 19"
White Battenberg Lace Tie Backs 6" x 19"
$12.99
Sky Blue Handmade Beaded Tie Backs
Sky Blue Handmade Beaded Tie Backs
$14.99
Lime Green Organza Tassel Curtain Tie Backs
Lime Green Organza Tassel Curtain Tie Backs
$12.99
Handmade Hot Pink Flower Pom Pom Tie Backs
Handmade Hot Pink Flower Pom Pom Tie Backs
$12.99
Light Coral Color Cotton Valance 90" x 13"
Light Coral Color Cotton Valance 90" x 13"
$9.99
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heather foley

heather foley on Jun 22, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Much prettier in person! I wish there was another one to match :)

berlindamustard

berlindamustard on Apr 26, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

These are absolutely gorgeous!! The picture doesn't do them justice. They are just as described and I received them in 3 days.

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Our names are Nancy and Sue and we are curtain addicts.
Me and my sister have a curtain addiction that started when we were girls. For me, it all started on a spring morning as I was drawn to an open window to take in some fresh spring air. Needing to also renew as nature was renewing the world outside, I lugged my Mom's curtains from the attic and began to audition them as if dressing my window for a prom. One by one I held each panel up to the window until I finally decided on a lovely pair of delicate, ecru lace panels. While the curtains were in the washing machine, I prepared the window for its new dressings.
Finally, I hung the curtains, tying each panel back with beautiful ribbon. I could not believe my eyes. My heart actually beat faster as I breathed in the filtered light and watched the shadows they cast dance on my walls. It was a whole new room, new atmosphere, new beginning. I was hooked.
Eventually, after a few months, the effect became duller. I needed something stronger. As it would be fall again in just a few days, I pulled out the box of curtains and repeated the cycle to a new window. This time choosing a pair of rust colored pinch pleated draperies. Bam! I lay across my bed, absorbing in the warm glow.
At first I changed curtains once a season, then when that wasn't enough, I changed them once a month. I needed to find a way to feed my curtain addiction. You might say that the lace curtains were the gateway curtains that led to bigger thrills. Roman shades, ascots, sheers, velvet drapes. I could go on.
I have since met other women who share the same love of curtains and the magic they can do.
Actually, I have found this addiction is most likely genetic. Both my grandmother and my mother were curtain addicts. My sister and I support one another's addiction and we scour thrift shops, yard sales and search on line stores for the best deals so we can help those who are like us. You see, this addiction is very expensive and the suppliers have figured out that we are willing to pay.
Well, no more! Shop here at CurtainsAnonymous for reasonable prices. You can find quite a selection of styles at such great prices and we are keeping these beautiful pieces of fabric out of the land fill thereby helping our environment. :}

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