Ideas on how to hide window in a now enclosed deck

Daphne Reynolds
by Daphne Reynolds
We enclosed our deck in the back of the house. The window looked out from my sink in the kitched but I’ve now covered it I need some ideas as to how to hide it now in the enclosed porch.
  8 answers
  • Janet Janet on Jul 08, 2018

    Can you take the window out and enclose the space with sheetrock?

  • Homeroad Homeroad on Jul 08, 2018

    I think you could hang a large canvas painting if your area calls for wall decor. If this area is now enclosed and you’re adding furniture, a large canvas of flowers might look really nice!

  • Amy Gugelman Amy Gugelman on Jul 08, 2018

    There are many opaque window films available to put on glass. If you want to cover the entire window, including frame, I suggest a piece of art.

  • Landsharkinnc Landsharkinnc on Jul 08, 2018

    I'd 'enhance' the window -- and if you don't want to see out from your kitchen anymore I'd put a landscape decal on the 'inside of the window and put shutters on each side - would look like you were looking 'outside' ...

  • Phyllis Sharples Gibson Phyllis Sharples Gibson on Jul 08, 2018

    Or a large corkboard or blackboard.

  • Jan Clark Jan Clark on Jul 08, 2018

    Shutters? A set of shelves? Painted plywood with a wind chime or wind spinner hanging from an arm type plant hook?

  • Kathy Kathy on Jul 08, 2018

    Hi, we have basically the same thing, our family room used to be a driveway, now enclosed, we put a bulletin board in the covered porch over the window, on the other side in the family room, we have a office area & my husband & I put up a oak veneer covering the window, you can't tell now there was any window there, before putting up the veneers, he put put up masonite covering the window. When it was done, all we put up a large clock about where the window was. Hope this helps.


    • Daphne Reynolds Daphne Reynolds on Jul 08, 2018

      I'd love to see a picture of what you've done. It's just that the window is in such an odd place in the wall since the deck was two steps down from the house. Makes it high up on the wall. Much higher than you'd normally hang a picture

  • Max Max on Aug 03, 2018

    Maybe add stincle art to make a stained glass effect and small lights to make it pop at night