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DIY Counter Curtain on Our Dining Hutch

Projects — June 13, 2024

Can’t believe it has already been two years since Justin built this hutch. He started by building the bottom piece first and then added the hutch part later.

The bottom opening held firewood which was so practical for us during the cooler months when we were constantly burning wood for a fire, but I have been wanting to try a counter curtain here for more enclosed storage.

Curtain Details

We started by adding a strip of wood to the bottom for the brackets to attach to. Justin used his Dremel to cut the brass rods down to size prior to sliding the curtains on. I purchased these curtains in hairline striped linen in the color natural.

I love the french ruffle above the rod pocket that adds an additional design element.

Behind the curtains, I have additional platters, tureen, table linens, rolling pins, vases…

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