It was time to do something about these windows. We live at the top of a busy neighborhood and my bay windows offer a front row seat to everything going on inside my house. No more eye contact with the joggers, dog walkers and school kids.
I have three of these bay windows on the front of my house! THREE!
With time and patience, you can create an awesome privacy window with contact paper and a stencil.
This project is very time consuming! My wife Mariko and I do everything custom. We have all sorts of the precut, easy to install cling films available over here in Japan too. They look great!
This is an art project and we have all the time and patience in the world for art.
EDIT: This is adhesive contact paper
Adhesive contact paper: extremely difficult to get off of a window. It feels almost impossible! I wouldn’t do this to a window still under warranty either. The stickers might void that warranty. The window cleans the same too. Just spray and wipe.
Self-adhesive (cling film): pulls off effortlessly and is reusable. Cleans effortlessly. Some cling films have lovely designs on them, so you don’t need to cut out shapes. I don’t recommend cutting shapes out of cling film, because they will move or fall off. Static holds cling film to the window where adhesive is help up by glue.
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