How do you hang sheer and curtains?
- Layer Sheers With Thicker Curtains.
- Hang Multiple Panels to Add Depth and Color.
- Create a Window Scarf.
- Frame Your Windows and Display a Centerpiece.
- Beautify Your Bedroom.
- Enhance a Doorway or Entryway.
- Combine With String Lights to Illuminate Your Windows.
Thereof, do sheer curtains go in front or behind?
In days gone by, sheers usually sat closer to the glass and the blockout or heavier drapes took pride of place in front. Generally the heavier curtains were the more decorative. This is still acceptable, especially if the main fabric is patterned or to be a feature.
Keeping this in consideration, where do you use sheer curtains?
Open things up by removing doors from their hinges and hanging sheer curtains in their place – such as in the doorway between the master bedroom and master bathroom, or the entrance from the kitchen into the dining room. This way you can still mark clear divisions between rooms without using such a steadfast barrier.
The fabric should just touch the floor or hover half an inch above. This is also a great approach for café curtains (short panels that cover only the lower portion of a window and hit the sill), which work well in spots like the kitchen and bathroom, where long drapes aren't practical.