This post details how you can hang the DIY insulated blackout shades I shared in this tutorial (and pictured below!).
However, if you’re a renter who can’t make holes in your walls and you’re looking for some no-hole hanging solutions for shades and curtains, these hanging options are applicable for many different types of window treatments!
No-Hole Hanging for Shades and Curtains
There are a bunch of different options for hanging shades and curtains, whether they are DIY or store-bought window treatments. We mounted a curtain rod with hardware for our curtains, but I didn’t want to make any additional holes (especially in the window frame area) to hang the thermal blackout shades, so I decided to look into no-hole solutions. There are loads of great resources out there for mounting curtain rods without putting holes in your walls (see the comments section of this Apartment Therapy post), but they weren’t exactly what I was looking for to hang my DIY shades. So through some trial and error, I’ve collected the best ways to hang your shades. (This post may contain affiliate links. Thanks for supporting my blog!)