I’ve mentioned before that the man cave is a very tiny space. It was probably built with an office space in mind or perhaps a nursery. There is just one very small window in the far corner of the room. (Why Mr. Contractor WHY?????)
Given that the window is tiny and off set I didn’t really want to draw to much attention to it.
Given the darkness of the space I wanted light and bright curtains that wouldn’t break the budget. The 100% cotton “Ritva” curtains from Ikea fit the bill beautifully.
You could use iron on stitch witchery to attach the trim. However, if you need to dry clean them be forewarned that the stitch witchery could pull off.
I absolutely agree with hanging curtains as high and as a wide as you can muster. Given that I have a strong wish to add wide crown molding to the space in the future I left a bit of room. The curtains still measure a generous 96 inches long.
The next thing I need for the space is a couch and an end table.
Between Naps On The Porch , A Stroll Thru Life, Not Just A Housewife, A Bowl Full of Lemons, We Are That Family, The 36th Avenue, Stonegable The Shabby Creek Cottage, Jennifer Rizzo, No Minimalist Here, Country Cottage, The Shabby Nest, Someday Crafts, Imparting Grace, My Romantic Home, Common Ground , The Charm of Home, Tatertots and Jello