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Diamond-cut 9in×9in Door window

by Ms.Tiara
(Maryland)

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Question

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This small diamond cut window (approx. 9×9 in wide and tall),is situated in the middle of my front door. It is not frosted or anything so you can peer through the window and see straight through the house. This is a rental property so I do not want to make too many drastic alterations.

Answer

Here are two ideas that you can use for your unique window.

Decorative Window Film

It's not expensive, easy to apply and remove (no sticky residue stays after removal), and will provide privacy while allowing some light in.

It comes in many varieties:


Sunburst Kit

If your window has a mounting depth, a decorative idea would be the fabric sunburst. It's easy to make fit any shape including your diamond.

Since the four sides of your window are 9" each (4 x 9 = 36) you can use the 46" sunburst kit. You just need to purchase a fabric (it can be matched to your home decor) and your set to go.

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Diamond Shaped Window

by Nancy
(Hermosa Beach, CA)

Question

we have a glass block diamond shaped window in the bedroom. We recently rearranged our furniture so that the bed now faces the window.

So, we now need to figure out a way to black it out for sleeping but allow it to be uncovered during waking hours.... any ideas... it is set into about a 3/4" wood trim.

The window is about 12" x 12"

Answer

What could work for you is mock shutters. When closed it is completely blackout but it can be opened to allow light in.

It can be made into most shapes including diamond and it also adds an architectural look to your window.

Here you can find information about our mock sunburst shutters; how it looks and how it works.

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