Cover a unused window
When our sunroom was added onto the house, this bedroom window wasn't needed anymore. I can't find a good way to cover it, so right now I'm using a curtain that looks ugly. Does anyone have any good ideas to get rid of this window?
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Hi Mary! I have a window like that between my living room and the enclosed front porch that is my granddaughter's playroom. I treat it like the other window in the living room with the same linen shade and drapes . I've thought about removing the window and either closing it up or closing the other side and putting shelves in, but, the window balances the room's other window and lets in some light.
I have one that I walled in but using a picture even a pretty piece of fabric or wall paper mounted on a canvas or cardboard . Cut the the size of the window inset and press it in., secure with a little tack or two.. You could also use push pins to make a message board out of the fabric on cardboard. I had a mirror cut exactly the size and pressed it in , allowing the frame to be a framed mirror.
Thanks, I'll try that & see how it looks