Looking for curtain tie back patterns for your next DIY project? Tiebacks purchased from shops can be an additional expense, so why don’t to try making it on your own? With a slight imagination and a handful of simple DIY tricks, make a cool curtain tie back for your door or windows.
This is very simple yet a useful idea for a curtain tie back. You can use a ribbon of any color but make sure a satin ribbon is used for a cozy look.
Whatever material you use for a DIY tie back, in case you use a hook for tightening it, you can be sure that it will not get loose even during heavy winds.
Rope curtain tie backs are the cheapest to make on your own. Rope can get costly so ensure you shop around for finding something that is not too rough as well as is a good cost.
Let that seasonal breeze flow through the home by keeping the curtains tied back with these attractive fabric, no sew, flower curtain tie backs!
You can add a finishing touch to your window treatment with these fabric tie backs. The fabric can be of same material as your curtain or of a different contrasting material. Even leather can be used along with a fabric of your choice.
If you have additional beads in the craft stash and a few normal supplies/jewelry accessories, you can make beaded curtain tiebacks.
These magnetic curtain tie backs will be suitable for a child’s room where hooks or loops would be a safety hazard. It is also a perfect solution for a rental house where you cannot put holes on the walls.
The bow tie backs give a vintage feel to your home décor, but is also an easy idea to make it on your own.
Give a stylish look to your windows through these tassel curtain tie backs. All you require are some leather cord, string, colorful tassels and you are good to go.
Each of these tie backs is as exclusive as the deer which once wore it. They’ll give a natural yet elegant look to the decor whatever your sense of taste from modern to retro.
Shabby chic is also called as cottage style. The DIY shabby Tie Backs is not only a lovely addition to your room decor, but it’s also insanely cool to make!
With just a small number of supplies and about fifteen minutes, you could make this very simple door knob curtain Tie Back. It is used to hold silky curtains to give them a beautiful draping.
If you are still wondering how to make tie back for curtains, then have a look at some more inspirational ideas listed below: