Not everyone hangs curtains because many of us think that curtains prevent natural light from coming inside and spoil the views, though you can just open them, and voila! Curtains add coziness and bring privacy, which is great for anyone, they can also add color and pattern to your space. Curtains can also delicately separate the spaces – open layout lovers, keep it in mind! To hang them you’ll need some rods, and today I’m going to share some easy DIYs for rods to make your curtains elegant.
Copper is not only a timeless metal, it is one of the hottest trends right now, and rocking a copper curtain rod is a great idea. Take copper plumbing pipes, copper pipe hangers and clip rings to spray paint them copper, too. Read the tutorial to make these chic rods and hang your gorgeous curtains.
This curtain rod is for those who aren’t going to move curtains anywhere because here the curtains are fixed. The rod is made of a wooden plank and some nails – they are forged and will easily hold any curtain and maybe even your pets hanging on it. Read how to make it in the source.
Here’s another curtain rod for those who needn’t move curtains anywhere, and it will fit a shabby chic or coastal interior perfectly. The piece is made of a wooden board and some hooks – nothing difficult at all! You can paint the board and hooks if you want or leave them as they are.
If you have a coastal interior or live by the river, you may like the idea of making an oar curtain rod. Nothing difficult: just take an oar, attach it over the window and hang your curtains. Make as many as you need and highlight the sea views you have or your love to the sea.
Love natural decor? Make curtain rods of tree branches! The holders are made of wooden knots, too, so the natural feel is guaranteed. Such a solution will be also a fit for a woodland-inspired interior or a boho one. Get inspired!
These elegant curtain rods are made of electrical tubing pipe and door knobs – you may just attach them to each other or spray paint the whole piece after finishing. Read how to make these rods and add an elegant touch to your space with them.
Copper is chic, and here’s one more tutorial to make copper curtain rods for your space – such a solution will fit any space, from a living room to a bathroom. Even if some details aren’t copper, you can spay paint them and get a desired look. Enjoy!
If you feel like vintage decor, make this amazing curtain rod for sure! The piece is made of wood, painted and then distressed to give it a little worn look. The color is up to you, here it’s black to make the rod more universal. No shabby look needed? Skip the distressing step then.
Here we go again with coastal-inspired decor! This unique curtain rod is made of an antique boat hook – they are used on boats to retrieve items from the water; for example, pulling the line in for the mooring. The craft itself is very easy – no additional decor is required, though you may add something you like. Get inspired!
These simple curtain rods will fit most interiors in various styles, and black is great for decorating any space – black is timeless and very compatible. Read how to make such rods for your space and go make them!
These are the cheapest curtain rods ever! They are made of leftover curtain rods or inexpensive electrical conduit and small coat hooks – you won’t need more! The finials are made of Styrofoam balls and paint – not very difficult and looks chic. Read the whole tutorial in the source and make these rods for your curtains.
These rods are gold ones, this is another metallic shade that is timeless and very chic, besides the piece looks rather industrial-like, and touches of this style can be seen in many spaces today, it’s amazing. Find out how to make these frame-like curtain rods and add a bit of chic to your space.
Need a touch of industrial style? No problem! These black metal curtain rods are a proper idea for your interior. They are made of conduit and brackets using black enamel to make the whole piece in one color. Read how to make this stylish item for your space and add a chic industrial feel to it!
Here’s one more idea to use branches for curtain rods, and the special thing about it is that the branch is curved, it brings a more natural feel to the space. Such a rod will fit a woodland-themed, rustic styled of Scandinavian room, and it’s super easy to make – almost no crafting involved!
If you already have a rod but no finials or you need to change them, here’s a cool idea. These finials are really cheap, they are made of mercury glass door knobs – they will fit most of styles. Read how to attach them and make your rods safe.
Make finials of ping pong balls! Such a creative and cute idea, and you may paint them any color or other finish you like. These finials look like copper ones – so cool and chic!