Why use Sheers to dress a Bay ...?
1. Sweet Simplicity
2. Formal and Fabulous
The elegance of the high embellished ceilings in this period Edwardian home is perfectly complimented by full height sheers which cover both the angled bay and return back onto the side walls on each side to create a stunning feature and make the window look larger . Note how the extra fullness of the sheers provides excellent privacy , whilst maintaining light and airiness in the space .
3. Shabby Chic
This angled 3 window bay with beautiful original sash windows has been made over at minimal expense using ready made 'mid drop' panels and hung on a simple wire attached to each window individually. The low slung ties add a casual finish and a little drama to an otherwise very simple to achieve treatment
4. To boldly go ....
Pick a colour , any colour , one that's bold , vibrant and that you love , and paint it onto the wall immediately against the bay . Contrast striking furniture pieces and accessories and sheer white voile at the window, and hey presto !
5. Clean and functional
An ideal way to treat opening doors, Bi folds and full height Bays in a functional work environment . Simple , efficient and elegant - these white sheers have plenty of fullness to give privacy without blocking light - and the Tempo Ripple heading adds a stylishly contoured look
6. Room with a View
If you have a stunning view- the last thing you want to do is cover it with formal curtains and blinds ! This hits just the right spot - adding softness and elegance to this huge bay , whilst maintaining the view to the garden. Use extra wide panels of voile on such a large window to create this opulent yet very understated look. Simply stunning !