Temporary Curtains

I am still awaiting carpet for the newly painted room. It is taking longer than usual due to the Christmas holiday. This means that I have to wait before I can choose the curtain material to match the rest of the room. The new curtain rail will be fitted at the same time as the curtains. So for now I have had to improvise ;-)

16 Comments CherryPie on Jan 2nd 2019

16 Responses to “Temporary Curtains”

  1. Hels says:

    Mmmm. Love the chair :)

  2. Ha ha… I believe the birds can still see you though. ;)

  3. The Yum List says:

    Hee hee. That is very creative!

  4. Alan says:

    In my house that would be temporary for around 15 years or so while I go through a “feasibility study” and then a protracted “procurement process” :)

    • CherryPie says:

      The feasibility study has been going on for at least 15 years. The project is now in progress…

      First stage – painting project (completed)

      Second stage – carpet (delivery delayed due to Christmas Holidays).

      Third stage – choosing curtain material to match the paintwork, carpet and furniture.

      Fourth stage – getting the curtains and curtain rail fitted (our curtain supplier has already measured the window). So just waiting for the carpet and then we will be good to go ;-)

      Fifth stage – rearrangement of the furniture which has led to a second “feasibility study”. Consultation is ongoing…

      Sixth stage – hopefully the project will have its completion date soon ;-)

  5. Astrid says:

    I think that work well…. I hope it does not take long as the last “renovation” but then you never know…. please show “the after” too…. ;)

  6. Ayush says:

    it is good that you positioned your seat not too far from the heater, CP.

    • CherryPie says:

      Being near to the heater works in the winter months. I like that my seat is next to the window, optimising the light and allowing my to look at my garden through the window.

  7. Ginnie says:

    Improvisation is so underrated these days, Cherry! Good for you.

  8. James Higham says:

    Curtains or blinds?