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DIY: Blackout Curtains

Create a distinct cozy vibe in your bedroom with this easy project

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How do you spend your weekends? While there are some who declutter, take part in different activities, and work on a couple of DIY projects, there are some who prefer to stay in the bedroom to catch up on sleep. If you're looking forward to an uninterrupted slumber, we're sure that you would want to keep your room cozy and relaxing as much as possible.

Those who prefer a dark room when sleeping can create their own blackout curtains. "Blackout curtains are used to control lighting in the bedroom—especially if you want zero light in your room," shares curtain and furniture maker Jovi Romero.

If you're thinking of crafting one for your space, here's a quick step-by-step guide that you can follow.

All photos from Make It and Love It.

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