September 22, 2007

Sarah: Not So Secret Window

After living in my apartment for over one year, I find myself still settling in. Some walls are still bare and the desk area still a bit uninviting. One thing that had to go, however, was this curtain on my front door:

It's fine, I suppose, but not really me. Unfortunately, there's a matching curtain in my bedroom. Roses. Whatever. So obviously something had to be done. I decided to try for something a little more simple. And more importantly, something inexpensive.

I decided to try clear contact paper to simulate frosted glass. This would be a lot more sleek than the dusty rose look, plus I already had the contact paper on hand. Free project!

The process was simple: I just measured the window, cut four pieces of contact paper, and...

There's a definite lack of privacy, and those hooks are left behind from the rose curtain. So for now I drape a blanket over the hooks at night for privacy. It probably doesn't matter much, but you know that I have issues.

Posted by sarah at September 22, 2007 10:43 AM

The "frosted" glass things is only marginally better, from a peeping tom perspective. You could really help all us peepers out by just living in a glass box, built with two-way mirrors, with the mirrored side facing inward.

So you get on that, ASAP.

Posted by: Dave on September 24, 2007 06:20 PM

Oh hahah that xenadrine. She always says the funniest things. /URL? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA I LOVE IT!!

Posted by: Jeremy on September 26, 2007 09:41 PM
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