Decor Hack of the Day: Jewelry Tie-Back

Repurpose old bracelets and accessories as curtain tie-backs


This will take: A few seconds

Cost: FREE


  • Old bracelets
  • Necklaces or decorated hair ties

Styling and Production by Katherine Lopez and Tala Singson. Photographed by Dairy Darilag.

Read the original article ("1o Easy Decor Hacks") in the May 2014 issue of Real Living Magazine. Download your digital copy of Real Living on the Real Living App now! Log on to for more details.

How To:
  1. Gather your hung curtain in the middle, as if you’re about to tie a ponytail.
  2. With an old bracelet or necklace, tie the curtain snugly for an elegant yet relaxed feel.

Real Tip: You can use the same trick to create elegant napkin rings. Use different-colored and shaped bracelets for a bohemian look.

For more tips and guides, click here.


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