Sheer curtains are made of thin, often transparent fabric. Traditional sheer curtains may have woven patterns, while more up-to-date sheer curtains are threaded with colour in more intricate weaves than older sheer curtain styles. Homeowners often hang sheer curtains because of the curtains' decorative versatility.
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Sheer Curtains with Draperies
Add sheer curtains to your draperies to complement any room's colours. Hang the sheer curtains on the inner rod of a double curtain rod. Hang your draperies on the outer rod. The sheer curtains' extra layer of fabric adds a decorative element as the curtains help control light flow. Close both the drapes and the sheer curtains to block the sun completely; open the drapes and leave the sheer curtains closed to let in most of the sunlight. The slightly filtered light gives the room a natural ambience, further emphasising the room's colour scheme.
Sheer Curtains for Small Spaces
Because you must manage a lot of details without a lot of space, it's challenging to decorate small spaces. Sheer curtains help open up an otherwise tight and crowded room. Simply hang floor-to-ceiling sheer curtain panels from wall to wall to visually expand the space and create a softness in the room.
White pencil-pleat semi-sheer curtains, combined with a white Roman blind, allow sunshine to peek into a room and create a crisp, fresh and airy feeling. Use a white curtain rod to complete the clean look. This semi-sheer window treatment works well with off-white walls and furnishings, as well as a splash of vibrant turquoise.
Sheer Scarf Curtain
Sheer scarf curtains hang on your window in a number of ways; it's similar to how you can wear scarves around your neck in several different styles. In a swag and tail format, sheer scarf curtains adorn an airy and open sun room. Drape sheer scarf curtains over sheer curtain panels, or combine them with semi-sheer curtain panels or standard curtain panels.
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