Fool the Eye hang roman shades behind the drapes. Also at the ceiling to give the illusion of taller windows

Stylemaker Secrets: Fake a Bigger Small Space

Fool the Eye Hang roman shades behind the drapes -- also at ceiling height, but rolled down to just below the top of the window -- in order to trick the eye into believing that the windows go all of the way up to the ceiling.

#159 Subtle Florals Roman Shade (slats) YOU PAY 1/2 DOWN

#159 Subtle Florals Roman Shade (slats) YOU PAY 1/2 DOWN

Maybe not the burlap or the the fall colors but I love the way the curtains are hung! It would look really good with a sheer curtain behind it.

For my fall decor and tree branch dressing - frames the window beautifully and transforms the room for - from Diane at InMyOwnStyle - - tå√

Nevermind the colour/style ,but a good decorating concept: Ideas for Multiple Windows -- When space between windows is too narrow to use but too wide to simply cover up, curtains or drapes in a shade close to the color of the wall can both divide and blend the windows. The long, gold sheers on these windows accent the room's height while blending into the wall color.

Ideas for Multiple Windows

Create a Comfy Cottage-Style Living Room

Window treatment: Warmth & texture in a cozy reading room by Christine Fife Interiors

Main level ~ window coverings but change the curtains to a tropical / beach print.
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