Linen Pom-Pom Cafe Curtains

Hi friends!
I hope you all had an awesome weekend:).
A huge thanks to Kelly, from the Lily Pad Cottage
 for doing Friday’s guest feature & for being a part of Style House!
We had tons of fun this weekend,
and as with most weekend,
it went by too fast!
On Saturday we had an exciting morning at the
Derby Car Race with my son Shane!
I think I was more EXCITED than he was:).
And on Sunday I had a slow and peaceful morning with my boys and hubby
and enjoyed a very delicious breakfast together:).
Don’t you LOVE those kind of mornings?
I also spent some time(alone:)) getting started on this project.
Yes, you guessed it kitchen curtains.
My windows in my kitchen have been bare now going on 2 years.
For a person obsessed with fabric, that is TOO long:).
But…. being busy with other projects and an outgoing toddler:),
 I let it go.
This is my before shot,
nothing wrong but I knew a little linen would soften the window.
The only problem was how???
This was what I was dealing with,
a. cabinets on both sides
b. molding on top that had an 8″ return
c. a HUGE bay inset.
So I bought a metal shower tension rod
and painted it cream to match my wood rods in my dining room.
Then made simple rod pocket cafe curtains & added pom-pom fringe to the bottom.
My Sage that I am trying to rehabilitate:).
 Chalkboard labels,
 that I will share more about making next week.
 I love lemons, in everything!
Also, makes for great pop of color,
especially in the winter:).
The fabric I bought from Calico Corners,
it is Sakari/ Fresco.
I am going to go ahead and apologize for the lighting:).
See, we have views and natural light in every single room
So when I try to photograph,
the lighting isn’t great, to say the least:).
And as you can see my view is of my lovely garage.
There are worse things to look at, right???
 Although I had to work out a few kinks,
Thank you so much for stopping by today for a visit!
I hope you ALL have a fantastic week,

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  1. Oh your curtains are simply lovely! I’ve been looking at different fabrics but really wanted to see what this particular pattern looked like on a larger scale… THANK YOU! I simply love it!

  2. Love your sweet curtains and the pretty Pom Pom trim! Thanks for sharing where you found the beautiful fabric! Would also like to know where you found your LOVE tea towel!

  3. Gorgeous fabric and love the color! The little Pom-Poms are the perfect addition and the kitchen looks so pretty with the white cabinetry. {Mine are white too .. timeless!}

  4. Hey Jen! Love your curtains – great material and the pom poms are so cute! Kind of in love with the rest of your kitchen too – still working on the hubby that we need to re-do our kitchen! 🙂 Thanks so much for coming out to the party at Clean and Scentsible. I will be featuring this tomorrow. Hope you are having a great weekend!
    Jenn 🙂

  5. I’m wanting some cafe curtains for a window in my house, and you just convinced me that they must have some pom pom trim. Yours are so pretty! Love your blog. I’m your newest follower 🙂

  6. Hi
    The post can be about curtain it is just awesome.Thanks for sharing.I have a hobby to make my home attractive.My passion is home decoration. Curtain may improve our home’s looks.I have a cafe in front of my house.It is my time pass and also profession.I like to use the cafe curtain in my cafe.

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