2. Think like a B&B. Take a cue from comfy guesthouses and pamper yourself with extra-fluffy duvets, flowing white curtains and a neatly turned-down bed. Taking a moment each morning to straighten up means you can simply drop your things in the evening and completely relax.
Create a sense of depth with layers. In this space, sheer mosquito netting hangs over the bed and simple white curtains draw the eye in from the open doorway. You could also replace a closet door with white curtains for a similar effect.
The beauty of the sheers does not go unnoticed in this sweet little guest house. I imagine that this location has great weather, so this style of curtain probably keeps prying eyes out rather than the cold. Lining these curtains would detract from the whimsical feeling.
Mosquito curtains. Cotton has been used to make lightweight cloth in areas with tropical climates for thousands of years; in fact, it is believed that the ancient Egyptians cultivated cotton and used it for this purpose.