Finished Flip House Curtains


I haven't been the best at keeping up with my Designs By Sessa Sewing Blog...mostly because I'm just too busy doing projects for friends...making cute nursing covers, fixing items that people want me to fix, monogramming items for friends, that I just haven't had the time to take pictures and post and show everyone. However, I'm trying to get organized on the home front, so that I can start keeping up with things and you can start enjoying them, too! I wanted to share something I am very proud of on our family blog....the finished flip house curtains! So, here you go!
Before I got brutally attacked by the stomach bug, I was able to finish and hang the curtains for the flip house. Remember my pottery barn inspiration?
Well, here is the BIG reveal:
Here are the valances that I sewed:
A big thanks to Sara Parker Photography for capturing these images for me! All of the listings at my husband's real estate company, The Mather Company, get their homes professionally photographed. I got the benefit on these, although since my hubby was taking me to get IV fluids, he couldn't tell her to get some close ups for me. This home IS for sale in the Shandon Area, so if you know of an interested buyer, click here for more photos, and visit the above Mather Company link for more information!

One curtain panel at pottery barn was $79 - $89. The total cost for ALL of my curtains compared to the pottery barn version was $90 (cost I charged to make them not included). That included the rods, both valances, piping and lining, the clearance target linen panels I used, and the taupe colored upholstery fabric. 

I think I did pretty good on the cost side of things and they look beautiful in my opinion! What do you think?

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