I really love this Tree Branch Curtain Rod, even though I haven’t latched on to the Tree Branch Trend hook, line and sinker quite yet. Seems like an easy enough project that’s customizable and wouldn’t be a massive time or financial commitment. I love projects like that because when you get tired of them and want a change there isn’t as much hesitation.
Here are the steps to success:
1. Find a tree branch slightly wider than your window trim.
2. Use pruning shears to remove long twigs, but leave a few stubs for character.
3. Spray-paint the branch or leave it natural.
4. 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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