This is my kitchen window. It was desperately in need of some fabric. In keeping with my theme of using what I have and not spending money (the fence this summer took it all!), I looked through my fabric stash, and found a few things. The middle fabric is a white/tan ticking stripe that I got for 99 cents, and the white fabrics on the sides are two pieces I got for very little also I don't know what to call them...some kind of thickly-woven damask pattern. I didn't want to cut any fabric, since after I paint the walls, I will probably do something else with the windows.
Yes, I know the table isn't centred under the light fixture. We move our furniture around a lot and decided to see how it would work to have the table right by the window.
I love the difference the fabric makes, but I'm not so sure about the final result. It NEEDS something. Some colour maybe? In the form of fringe, tassel, or I don't know what. I know that for the side windows, long panels would be better, but I don't currently have any long pieces of fabric except for the one across the top.
I would welcome any tips or advice! Despite being the daughter of a seamstress, when it comes to home deorating, I'm pretty hopeless with fabrics. They scare me!