How do I eliminate curtains with material on windows?
How can that be done?
Would you put curtains over french doors?
I have the french doors in my living room. The living room is separated by a large fireplace. It goes out into a sunroom.
How can I update this awful window?
We have this hideous window in our dining room (exterior anterior wall) and have been racking our brains with what to do with it. It's a double pain window and the gr... See more
I need ideas for replacing shutter doors please
I need to replace two unsightly shutter doors in my kitchen and I have no idea what to use instead. They hide the washing machine and pantry so they do have to open c... See more
How can I cover this very wide window?
I have a huge window in my living room. All three windows measure 112 inches across. The two on the ends are 25in. across. The one in the middle is 51.5in. I want to... See more
How to inside mount blinds on these windows
I was planning to install bamboo blinds in our newly purchased home by mounting them inside the window and hanging curtains on the outside, however the quarter round ... See more
Garage door windows........
What is a tasteful and good looking way to cover up garage door windows? So if someone looks in there they can't see what's in there? Any help is appreciated! Thanks!
What to do about this window?
In Aug, I had new windows installed. Loved them because they let in so much light with the half screen. I have lots of trees and need all the light I can get. Didn't ... See more
If you dont care for curtains or drapes, use blinds, shutters, window film. There are many options, just depends on what you want, style of home and budget.
I don't like my Windows blocked so I used double curtain rods and created a plant window. Kinda hard to see in pix. You can use real or faux. I have also used glass paint/or window films on old Windows and put them in front of my "real" windows. Easy on/easy off if I decide to change them lol.
If you want fabric on your windows without curtains or drapes, try precutting the size and shape of your window, then soaking the fabric you choose to use in laundry starch. Then ring it out and smooth it directly on your window and allow to dry. You may want to use a squeegie to get all bubbles out.
Don't forget to post a picture of your windows when you finish.
You can buy the frosted type of contact paper to let the light in but keep prying eyes out.