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...And showing the best side too! :-)
Globe by Sass Cocker On the Wall
|6/8/12 7:09 PM|
Traditionally, you would put the blockout curtains in front so it covers the entire window, and then then sheers at the back so when you pull the blockouts back you get the light but keep your privacy. BUT, some people do put the sheers in front because they prefer a softer look or because they have a lovely sheer curtain they want to show off (and this can look stunning!). The most practical option is definitely sheers behind.
Proper Installation for Light-Blocking Curtains?
|10/17/11 8:39 PM|
I'd love to paint it the same as the walls because its such an interesting feature in itself, seems a shame to overdo it. I think using fabric as a non-permanent option is an awesome idea! Then when you move out you can just take it down to keep your landlady happy, as well as being able to match the fabric to changing decor.
Apartment Therapy Boston | Good Question: Painting Over Clouds...With What?
|7/14/09 5:11 AM|