one way mirror film - use this on the doors so I don't need to mess with curtains? Have to think about this...

one way mirror film - use this on the doors so I don't need to mess with curtains? Have to think about this...

Blinds.com Brand Cordless Top-Down Bottom-Up Cellular Shades in Cool White. Impress friends with this stylish and innovative lift system for your window coverings. Maintain privacy while letting in natural light.

Budget Cordless Light Filtering Cellular Shade

Blinds.com Brand Cordless Top-Down Bottom-Up Cellular Shades in Cool White. Impress friends with this stylish and innovative lift system for your window coverings. Maintain privacy while letting in natural light.

Bottom up roller blinds | Bay window | Peckham | Made to measure blinds | Up down blinds | Privacy blinds

Bottom up roller blinds | Bay window | Peckham | Made to measure blinds | Up down blinds | Privacy blinds

Modern Silhouette Blinds looks great with this "In the Sky" Designed Bedroom. Get your Silhoette window treatments installed by Shades Creation!

Silhouette Blinds vs. Honeycomb Shades, Modern Window Coverings

Modern Silhouette Blinds looks great with this "In the Sky" Designed Bedroom. Get your Silhoette window treatments installed by Shades Creation!

After the new drapes went up I realized we needed some privacy - I found these great faux wood blinds from @bouclair and I love them! They remind me so much of California blinds! by miss_brogs

After the new drapes went up I realized we needed some privacy - I found these great faux wood blinds from @bouclair and I love them! They remind me so much of California blinds! by miss_brogs

How to Make a DIY Window Privacy Screen. Materials needed: wood for frame, tape measure to measure windows, sheer fabric, hot glue or spray adhesive. No screws, nails, or hardware to attach it! Moves up and down and held in place when wedged into the window. Get tutorial and video on the blog. Thrift Diving

How to Make a Pretty DIY Window Privacy Screen

How to Make a DIY Window Privacy Screen. Materials needed: wood for frame, tape measure to measure windows, sheer fabric, hot glue or spray adhesive. No screws, nails, or hardware to attach it! Moves up and down and held in place when wedged into the window. Get tutorial and video on the blog. Thrift Diving

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