A few weeks ago I created a room barrier with some white muslin. I got the effect I wanted in the space, but it looked a little blah. I wanted to keep the room airy and allow light to flow, but the stark white muslin wasn't working for me.
I remembered that I had about 24 yards of white cheesecloth and it was the perfect solution to my problem. I didn’t want to permanently attach the cheesecloth, so I attached the cheesecloth in rippling waves with straight pins.
This treatment softened the white muslin and gave it an ethereal feel. When I pull the panels back now, they look beautiful.