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They’re versatile and can be styled and layered in lots of different ways for almost any room in the home. Adding some unlined panels to the windows finishes off the space with little effort. Linen sheers are a little more simple and casual, perfect for a Scandinavian or cottage core style.

Shutting the curtains completely will make the space feel a dark and and enclosed.

Sheers gives the option of still letting the daylight filter through and will offer some privacy from the outside. Sheers are a great way of just softening a space to make it feel a bit more cozy.

Decide whether the sheers are going to be a fixed position or can drawn for more flexibility during the times of the year. For decoration add sheers to a canopy bed or a bedroom back wall for interest!

Through biophilic design and other things of nature sunlight is a key ingredient in how your space feels at home. By using sheer panels for the windows you’ll feel like you’re not losing out on any natural light at all!

Sheer curtains will diffuse the light and avoid direct sunlight which can cause fading in anything coloured in the room like fabrics and artwork. Layering heavier curtain panels gives the room interest and depth.

It also gives you privacy options for different times of the day and through the year. It’s a great way of separating areas without using a permanent and fixed structure.

A top rule for curtains in general is you need at least double the fabric to create a full look. Make sure your rod extends 4-6 inches either side of the window frame.

I hope you found these ideas helpful if you’re thinking of hanging sheer curtains at home! This post contains some affiliate links which I may make a small commission from should you purchase something.

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