So I finally decided on the laundry room since it's already dusty in there, plus out of the main traffic flow. I bought a bunch of Command hooks, a box of mini binder clips, and a twin size Warm and White batting. The batting package gave 72" x 90" as the dimensions, so I measured up 90" from the top of the trim. I ran the batting through the steam cycle on my dryer to release the wrinkles (and lots of fluff too, not sure if that's good or bad), hung the hooks slightly above my 90" measurement, then hung up the batting. Not sure what happened, but the batting hangs well below the top of the trim. Thankfully it doesn't puddle on the floor. I will have to buy a step stool or ladder or something so that I can reach the top since leaving a dining room chair in there really isn't feasible.
|Bought at Cottonseed Glory in Annapolis, Maryland. Pattern is called Brick & Mortar by Pat Steiner. |
It will have two borders as well.