Lovely lace window treatments

Lace Window Treatment

This lace covering is a delicate way to screen your bedroom window. A fast and inexpensive alternative to blinds - it’s super simple to do. Using a lace effect tablecloth, this project provesthat privacy can be pretty, too. It takes minimal time and looks charming. You won’t need any tools, just a handful of simple items that are easy to get hold of. Don’t waste any more time – let’s get those windows dressed in lovely lace!

Level of difficulty Leisurely inspiration
Duration 15

We need:

a waxed tablecloth in a lacy design scissors pencil ruler, metre ruler or yardstick adhesive strips for transparent & glass 0.2kg

How it's done:

Overview of materials needed for a lace window treatment
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We need: a waxed tablecloth in a lacy design, scissors, pencil , ruler, metre ruler or yardstick, adhesive strips for transparent & glass 0.2kg

Measuring and marking while making a DIY lace window treatment
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For your lace window treatments start off by measuring the window you’d like to cover. Mark the dimensions on the tablecloth with a pencil.

Cutting out the DIY lace window treatment with scissors
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Use the scissors to cut out a piece of tablecloth the correct size for the window.

Applying adhesive strips for transparent & glass 0.2kg while making a lace window treatment.
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After removing the adhesive strips from their backing, apply them to the corners of the lace tablecloth. Be careful not to touch the adhesive area at any time as you do. If your window is large, apply an adhesive strip every 25cms along the top edge.

Cleaning the window before applying the lace window treatment with adhesive strips for transparent & glass 0.2kg
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Using a silicon-free cleaner, give the window a good polish with a clean cloth.

Applying the lace window treatment with adhesive strips for transparent & glass 0.2kg.
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Press the window treatment onto the window. Press all over each adhesive strip for a minimum of 5 seconds.

Enjoy your lovely lace window treatment!
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Enjoy your charming lace window treatment!

tesa products required for this project