Privacy Window Using Contact Paper
You can create a sense of privacy without adding shades or curtains to a window. Get a frosted glass look using contact paper. It is an inexpensive way to create a privacy window in a bathroom or any other window you would like some privacy but not loss of light.
Disclaimer: I am by no means an acclaimed home decorator. I do what I can with what I have when I have the time. UPDATED (08/032011): The shades are still holding up well. After making another (larger) shade and living with the ones featured in this post, I have a suggestion. Keep about ten slats at the very bottom of the shade. You will not glue the fabric to them. They will simply help weigh the shade down, making lowering the shade much easier. I have been wanting Roman shades in my home…
How to Make Roman Shades in Three Different Styles
Smart, tailored panels combine the softness of curtains with the functionality of blinds, and they work almost anywhere.