How Do You Decorate A Window Valance With Twigs?
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A twig valance is one of the easiest and least expensive valances to make. The materials are minimal, and you can find the twig in your own backyard. The look is simple and natural and can accompany many types of décor. To bring nature into the house and to fit in with a traditional decor, keep the twig as-is. To tie in a more contemporary look, make adjustments to the color of the twig and type of fabric. Step 1 Measure the window width. Step 2 Find a mainly straight and strong twig that is slightly wider than the window width. Step 3 Trim the twig to the right size, and remove any stray twigs using pruning shears, leaving some stubs for character. Step 4 Install natural wood hooks to support the twig. Step 5 Place the trimmed twig on the hooks; this will be your curtain rod. Step 6 Drape fabric over the branch. A linen fabric coordinates well with the natural rod.