DIY: Copper Curtain Rods For $30


January 26, 2016

DIY Copper Curtains for under $30 // by gabriella @gabivalladares

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  1. natalie says:

    SO GOOD! I’m switching bedrooms and need to hang new curtains.. May need to steal this idea!

  2. AH I LOVE THIS IDEA. It sound so silly but we have been struggling with curtain rods…. we jumped on some just because they were on sale and a necessity right when we moved in (a year and a half ago…oops…), one has already broken, and we are just being bums about replacing them because attractive ones seem like way more $$ than they’re worth. But THIS I am pinning. Thanks for sharing lady!

    • gabriella says:

      Yay! You’ll have to let me know if you try it out 🙂


  3. Elise Taves says:

    I’m curious, how long before the copper pipe begins to oxidize? Also, do the curtains slide really easily on it?

  4. amanda says:

    what is the point of putting the 1/2″ pipe inside a 3/4″ pipe?? Why two pipes??

    • gabriella says:

      Hi, Amanda – We used two pipes so that we could extend the curtain rod and move them as we see fit! 😉


  5. Linnea says:

    Are you selling these? If not, would you be interested?!

    • gabriella says:

      Hi, Linnea – I’m so flattered you asked! We haven’t sold these, but would be open to selling the assembled curtain rods. Feel free to shoot me an email at if you’re interested!


  6. Kelly says:

    Hi! would you be able to advise on how to do this but for a double curtain rod?

    • gabriella says:

      Hi, Kelly! I think you’d follow the project fairly similarly, but you may want to use hooks instead that have spots to hold two rods vs. the van hangers, which only hold one at a time.