Mary H
Mary H
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  • Madison, AL
Asked on Jan 26, 2012

fake glass blocks

Anna KJoyce RRobyn D
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I have a big window of fake glass blocks in my shower I frosted them but still am uneasy to shower in front of window, don't want to hang a curtain if I can cover som other way. Any suggestions?
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  • I understand this uneasy feeling as well. Although I cannot stand looking at myself in the mirror I have no idea why someone would want to see me. In any case purchase a shower rod and install a shower curtain over the wall. We do this in our bath even though we have no window in the tub/shower area. It simply keeps the walls clean so when company comes we remove the shower curtain and rod and the walls look great and clean. The advantage is you can pull this open to let the light in when your not using the shower area.

  • 360 Sod (Donna Dixson)
    on Jan 26, 2012

    Is there room to hang a lattice louver type , or an interior shutter? http://pinterest.com/pin/234890936784824800/

  • Anna K
    on Jan 27, 2012

    they sell some pretty cool stick on stained glass type products that you could use over the block-though it would slightly reduce the amount of light that you get...

  • Mary H
    on Jan 27, 2012

    @Anna K are the stick ons water proof? Where would I look for them at? I like rhe sound of this.

  • Mary H
    on Jan 27, 2012

    Thanks for the answers, but I'm still hoping for more ideas.

  • Mary H
    on Jan 27, 2012

    @Anna K are the stick ons water proof? Where would I look for them at? I like rhe sound of this.

  • Robyn D
    on Jan 27, 2012

    My apologies..just found out after all this time. I was wrong. You can see a blurred figure through the window :( I was horrified! The guy at the store assured me they were totally safe. Yeah right!

  • Joyce R
    on Jan 27, 2012

    You could install a solar shade in front of it. Many designs, colors to choose from.. You can even have a picture on the shade to add to the decor of yourr bathroom. Waterproof and great to look at.

  • Anna K
    on Jan 29, 2012

    google static cling window films and you should be able to find all sorts of choices-you may have to cut to fit, but it would be a fun way to get crafty :*) and yes, they are waterproof.

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