Do you remember the linen tie-up shades I made for my studio in our Minnesota House? I made them to cover all of the windows in the sunroom, which we finished as my studio. It was amazing having all of that light coming through south-facing windows, but it would be very intense and even too much. These tie-up linen shades filtered the light and were adjustable.
My friends at Decor Steals loved the tie-up linen shades and asked if I could design some for them to sell to their customers and my blog readers. Well, yes! So, they have sold these shades over the years and are now bringing them by popular demand. The sale is now live and you can purchase them HERE.
Here are a few things I love about these shades…
- Since they are hung on a tension rod, they can fit a variety of window sizes. You can squish them up to fit a smaller window or pair two or more together to fit a larger window.
- They can easily be lowered and tied up again to filter, not block the light. For this reason, they are great tie-up shades for light-lovers like me.
- They can fit in a variety of decor styles, especially if you adjust the way you style them.
The tie-up linen shades in the studio are the ones I made. The one hanging in the kitchen window below is the tie-up shades sold by Decor Steals.
One more favorite thing… It’s ideal for hanging over a kitchen window because they are easy to throw in the wash to get out airborne grease or splatters.
Here is a video I made a few years ago showing a few different styling options for these tie-up linen shades.
So, if you’ve been waiting for these shades to be offered again or you realize it’s the perfect thing for one or more of your windows, you can purchase them HERE.