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Tree Branch Curtain Rod

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tree branch painted and used as a curtain rod. Here are the steps, according to do-it-yourself:



Find a tree branch slightly wider than your window trim.

Use pruning shears to remove long twigs, but leave a few stubs for character.

Spray-paint the branch or leave it natural.

Choose tie-top curtain panels, which allow you to adjust for the curves of the branch—no clips or rings needed.

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tree branch painted and used as a curtain rod. Here are the steps, according to do-it-yourself:



Find a tree branch slightly wider than your window trim.

Use pruning shears to remove long twigs, but leave a few stubs for character.

Spray-paint the branch or leave it natural.

Choose tie-top curtain panels, which allow you to adjust for the curves of the branch—no clips or rings needed.

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