10 practical ways of using voile

Voile is a stunning lightweight fabric which can be used in all manner of ways. Although we tend to automatically think of voile as a sheer fabric for curtains, it can be used in other ways as well. This lightweight fabric is extremely flexible and versatile.


White loft bedroom with sloping white panel ceiling


Give your bedroom a dreamy look by hang a single voile from the ceiling at the foot end of the bed.


White voiles draping over all walls, creating a canopy around a white bed, with candelabra at the bottom of the bed


Swathe the walls of your bedroom in voile fabric rather than wallpaper for a softer look that oozes style and luxury.


Cream voile curtains under a large arched doorway, with a Mediterranean feel


Use voile outside on the patio to give you some privacy; they'll look awesome when the breeze catches them.


Grey and beige bedding with a white voile canopy around the bed


A casual style mosquito net can easily be made using voile lined curtains.


Small pink round canopy covering two woven foot stools

RH Baby and Child

What little girl wouldn't love their own castle turret to play in.


Draped canopies and voiles hanging from wood beams with fairy lights, looks like a wedding reception

Maine Event Decor

Swags of voile hung from the ceiling create a magical look for weddings and special occasions.


Garden homemade gazebo with bamboo poles and a bed sheet

House to Home

Make yourself an impromptu sun canopy using four long sticks and a voile panel.


A voile fabric arch with white roses, creating the entrance of a wedding reception

Decor Draw

Wrap voile around an arch to create a sumptuous wedding arch.


White voiles used on the back of chairs at a wedding ceremony


Strips of voile wrapped around chair backs is a fabulous idea for weddings.


White and cream bedroom with luxury grey bed with cream bedding

Dear Designer

It goes without saying that voile look stunning as a window dressing.

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