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...

This is by the far the prettiest mozzie deterrent we’ve ever seen. Make your Nan proud and bring a bit of lace into your home, you won’t regret it (but your Nan might).

This is by the far the prettiest mozzie deterrent we’ve ever seen. Make your Nan proud and bring a bit of lace into your home, you won’t regret it (but your Nan might).

I did this in teen boy room. Used radiator cover grill with grid pattern (could spray like metal) with beading edge to frame and stiffen. Hung so inner hung blind still pulls down fully. Adds privacy, reduces suns heat and drafts and looks cool. Add a couple of solar lights to window ledge for evening glow...

I did this in teen boy room. Used radiator cover grill with grid pattern (could spray like metal) with beading edge to frame and stiffen. Hung so inner hung blind still pulls down fully. Adds privacy, reduces suns heat and drafts and looks cool. Add a couple of solar lights to window ledge for evening glow...

PDG Melbourne Head Office by Studio Tate | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/studio-tate-pdg-melbourne-head-office/

PDG Melbourne Head Office by Studio Tate

PDG Melbourne Head Office by Studio Tate | http://www.yellowtrace.com.au/studio-tate-pdg-melbourne-head-office/

Most people choose to decorate their windows with traditional curtains, blinds, or fabric valances. But finding the perfect covering—one that blocks the sun, ensures a degree of privacy, and matches existing decor—can be tricky. As a solution, some homeowners opt for creating their own alternative window treatments, in the process saving money and injecting personality into their spaces. Check out 12 of our favorite DIY window coverings from around the Web.

Lose the Drapes: 12 Better Ways to Dress a Window

Most people choose to decorate their windows with traditional curtains, blinds, or fabric valances. But finding the perfect covering—one that blocks the sun, ensures a degree of privacy, and matches existing decor—can be tricky. As a solution, some homeowners opt for creating their own alternative window treatments, in the process saving money and injecting personality into their spaces. Check out 12 of our favorite DIY window coverings from around the Web.

Ventana de la habitación de encaje privacidad tratamiento de la ventana de maicena Bedroom window privacy lace cornstarch window treatment

She Is Literally Painting Cornstarch On Her Window But The Result Is Gorgeous! - Page 2 of 2

Ventana de la habitación de encaje privacidad tratamiento de la ventana de maicena Bedroom window privacy lace cornstarch window treatment

Putting a casing for a rod at the middle of these would allow you to either cover top, bottom or both for privacy

20 Clever Window Window Treatments for Under $25

Putting a casing for a rod at the middle of these would allow you to either cover top, bottom or both for privacy

I decided that I didn't want to use curtains on our bathroom window so I was trying to find an alternative. I looked at the window films that they sell and didn't like how expensive they were.

Privacy Window Using Contact Paper

I decided that I didn't want to use curtains on our bathroom window so I was trying to find an alternative. I looked at the window films that they sell and didn't like how expensive they were.

DIY Lace Privacy Window Covering |  Annabel Vita on Remodelaholic.com #AllThingsWindows #privacy #lace

DIY Lace Privacy Window Covering

DIY Lace Privacy Window Covering | Annabel Vita on Remodelaholic.com #AllThingsWindows #privacy #lace

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