I really like the idea of creating a storage space where there wasn’t one or hiding clutter by hanging up a curtain. It’s such a simple and inexpensive way to solve a problem. Here are some cute examples that I’ve seen.
Pedestal sinks can be nice to have except when you live in a small apartment or house. This curtain is a fast and cheap and easy solution to creating a storage space for towels and other bathroom necessities rather than replacing the whole caboodle with a cabinet.
Another example of using a bookcase to hide clutter. In this case it’s being used in an office. It works great here to help eliminate the noise of the tools of your craft, leaving your senses less distracted and more focused on creativity.
Lacking a proper closet for storage in the bedroom or playroom? Just buy a shelving system for storage or a rolling rack for clothes, and cover the whole thing with fabric that matches the room and allows it to blend in.
This is a pretty simple project that would require just a sewing machine for the curtains, a staple gun to attach the fabric, and a few nails to hold the whole thing together. Be sure to choose your shelving materials according to how much weight you plan to put on it. It’s always best to consult with your local hardware store person on these matters. Also be sure to have the dimensions with you when you go as most hardware stores will cut the boards down to size for you.