This is just one twin designer sheet that had a little ruffle… the curtains (hand or machine stitched) tucked in our rear tuck slot. We added a little trim on the front above the ruffle.

This is just one twin designer sheet that had a little ruffle… the curtains (hand or machine stitched) tucked in our rear tuck slot. We added a little trim on the front above the ruffle.

Again, because sheets are so simple to use, create or make geometric designs. We used two twin sheets in matching patterns, covered our cornice with solid blue and added matching triangles of the other lighter sheet. Tuck in the side panels in our rear tuck slot. If you don’t want shades or curtains with this look, you do not need them…

Again, because sheets are so simple to use, create or make geometric designs. We used two twin sheets in matching patterns, covered our cornice with solid blue and added matching triangles of the other lighter sheet. Tuck in the side panels in our rear tuck slot. If you don’t want shades or curtains with this look, you do not need them…

One queen sheet purchased at a discount store created this total look with a pair of long curtains.

One queen sheet purchased at a discount store created this total look with a pair of long curtains.

Here you don’t need a curtain rod or a blind… just one queen sheet did the job. We cut the sheet in two pieces, covered our cornice with one piece and added trim and tucked and pinned the other “curtain” piece of sheeting in our rear tuck slot. We added a giraffe to create more excitement. We tied it to the side with our second giraffe trim. For evening release the side giraffe for privacy. For a change in the look, we just flipped the curtain over the top of the cornice.

Here you don’t need a curtain rod or a blind… just one queen sheet did the job. We cut the sheet in two pieces, covered our cornice with one piece and added trim and tucked and pinned the other “curtain” piece of sheeting in our rear tuck slot. We added a giraffe to create more excitement. We tied it to the side with our second giraffe trim. For evening release the side giraffe for privacy. For a change in the look, we just flipped the curtain over the top of the cornice.

This look was created using one the Top Banana Cornice and a curtain rod. Eliminates the need of a blind.

This look was created using one the Top Banana Cornice and a curtain rod. Eliminates the need of a blind.

What a way to entertain — match your tablecloth and drapes. Add some little butterflies on the flowers… your guests will talk about this.

What a way to entertain — match your tablecloth and drapes. Add some little butterflies on the flowers… your guests will talk about this.