When you walk in the front door, it is immediately to the left. No door. Just a lovely opening to greet you.
No matter how picked up the rest of the house was, this room was the first room anybody saw when they walked in my house. It's never completely picked up right now. More often than not it's a bit of a mess.
People don't come to visit when it's dark outside and you can't see the mess. So I needed to come up with a way to hide it.
Hubby was not in any way, shape, or form convinced that this was a good idea. He only likes it because I love it.
I found some tone-on-tone neutral fabric on clearance at JoAnn's. It's the 54" wide stuff for decorating. I can't come up with what it's called right now. I think it has a special name.
We have 9' ceilings on the first floor, so I had them cut 6 yards of fabric. When I got home I cut it into two panels.
I hemmed the bottom of both, folded under the top a couple of times to make it the length I wanted, and used black clip hooks on a regular drapery rod.
I tucked the sides in before I folded the top under twice. That's because I decided not to finish off the edges.
At least for now. I might have to go back and do a straight stitch down the sides to keep the pinned down. I'm going to live with it a couple of weeks first and see if I can deal with it.
I'm linking up with Metamorphosis Monday at Naps on the Porch.