I put the hardware up yesterday for the rods which made it easier.
You can read about these curtains and where I bought them on a previous post here.
To paint them white I brought them down to my workshop and put screws in a scrap piece of wood. Then put holes in the ends of the dowels which they need them anyway for the finials.
Then I place the dowels on the screws to make painting easier.
Once they were dried overnight I used Minwax finishing polish on them for a protective layer and help the curtains slide easier.
I made the curtains to just barely hit the floor, as the kitchen being the dirtiest place in the house and thank goodness that these curtains can be washed in the washing machine.
All I did was cut the tabs off and folded over the fabric and sewed.
Now I'm working on painting the 4 new chairs and my plans for the new table top.
Here is my hutch with my new metal Y letter I bought from Restoration Outlet for $1.49, on top of the hutch is a wire utensil and napkin holder that I will use for parties.
Hope you enjoyed my new curtains!