I never buy curtains or drapes because I make my own. When I moved into the house where I live now, I made all new curtains and lined them.
This is the valance that I made for my master bathroom tub. I hung two spring-loaded shower curtain rods and hung the fabric shower curtain with regular shower curtain hooks. I bought the shower curtain instead of making it. The conchos are attached with Velcro so that they can be taken off when the valance is washed. Underneath the conchos are snaps so that the valance can be taken off the rod without taking the rod down and having to put it back up.
This is the window curtain in my master bathroom. It is on the north side of the house, where not much daylight comes in, and the glass is privacy glass that you cannot see through. There is a cabinet to the right of the window, so a curtain rod over the top would be in the way. Therefore, I placed a spring-loaded curtain rod inside the window frame and the curtain covers just over half of the height of the window. This is the only curtain that I didn't line because there was no need to.
I found this wonderful western fabric and had to have it for my master bedroom curtains. I have two windows in my bedroom, and this is one of the windows. I trimmed the valance with some luscious fringe to perfect the look.
I am going to make a quilt for my bed to match these curtains someday. I have some of my fabric ready, but have not made my design yet.
I have only one window in my kitchen, which is over my sink. I have vinyl blinds in the window for privacy at night, but I did not want a curtain to keep daylight out during the day since it is on the north side of the house. I chose to make a valance for my curtain, and I found this great country fabric at Hobby Lobby to make it with. I love the windmills in the fabric!! I made a pot holder, seat cushions, and a tablecloth to match.