3 Beautiful Ways to Use Sheers

Sheer window treatments have long been one of our favorite ways to add a touch of breezy beauty to a window. When we say “sheer,” you may think of a simple gauzy white length of fabric, but that’s only the starting point. There’s so much more to sheer window treatments; including these three styles that have become some of our favorites.

Beautiful Ways to Use Sheers in your Home:

Lined Sheers

Lined Sheer Drapes

Yes, sheers can be lined!  A lined sheer is a great way to highlight a pattern and make your sheer panel pop. This panel is from our Design Simple collection, lined with Folsom St. fabric in Iron. The gorgeous grey lining really makes this pattern stand out.

Natural Woven Sheers

Natural Woven Sheers

If you love the look of natural and earthy fabrics, natural woven sheers may be the right choice for your home. These panels combine the warmth of natural textures with the light touch of a sheer. These panels look lovely alongside finishes like reclaimed wood and exposed brick, as you can see in the living room pictured above. It’s a fabulous blend of rustic and refined.

Sheer Roman Shades

Sheer Roman Shade

Sheer is not just for drapery panels! (And neither is the natural woven look!) These woven Hunter Douglas sheer Roman shades have the light look of a sheer with the coverage and privacy a Roman shade offers. The natural tones of the shade shown above contrast beautifully with the clean white trim of the window. These elegant shades look great alone or paired with a drapery panel or cornice.

These are just a few of the gorgeous sheer options we have available. We recommend scheduling an in-store consultation with us, where you can see these fabrics and shades in person. You’ll be able to work with one of our designers to create the right look for your home.

We can’t wait to bring you sheerly beautiful, well-dressed windows.

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