There’s nothing better than enjoying a gorgeous bathroom that has a nice big window which brings in heavenly, natural light. That is, unless, you have a neighbor who has a view that is just a bit too close for comfort! That’s why we’ve got a great tip for you today that will help you achieve a sense of privacy in ANY room, while still holding in all of that desirable light.
This nifty hack comes to you directly from those amazing gals over at Coral TV. It is part of a series of what they are calling the “Basic Girls’ Guide,” but, I promise you, these lace window covers are in no way basic!
So, to get started on this fun, simple, and cost-effective DIY, you must first gather your materials. For this project, you will need:
- Water, boiling and room temperature
- Corn starch
- Lace, enough to cover your entire window
- Standard-sized paintbrush
- Crafting scissors (Make sure these are super sharp— we don’t want the lace to end up having frayed edges!)
- Measuring tape
1- Size that lace!
In order to ensure that you get that clean, tapered look, it’s important that all of your lace fits against your windows snugly. To do this, measure the length and width of the sheet, and cut the lace according to the dimensions. Once you’ve made your cuts, test the size by holding it up against your window. Make alterations, if necessary.
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