12 Ways to dress your windows so you can go around naked
Go naked in your home by creating the perfect element of privacy. From traditional window treatments to creative ways to seclude yourself from peeping toms, you are sure to find the solution to fit your nudity needs.
Blackout roller shades
Block out the world outside with blackout roller shades. Darken your home while you turn the lights down low for a relaxing environment (American Blinds, $88).
Perfect for those of you who enjoy walking around in the nude during the day, these day and night shades keep the light in while keeping peeping eyes out. A simple solution for a simple lifestyle (J.C. Penney, $42-$417).
A conventional and chic way to dress your windows while you are undressed, wood shutters are convenient and modern. Easy to pull shut at your convenience, these will keep your home brightly lit while you air out (Home Depot, $148).
A little different than the roller shades, these Roman shades are cord free and simple to use whenever you feel the need to be nude. By blocking out the nosy neighbors, the heat and even the cold, these shades save on energy and worry (Bed Bath & Beyond, $70-$130).
Stained glass window panels
A pretty and easy way to cover your windows, stained glass panels come in varying sizes and designs, allowing you to find one that fits your decor and individual personality. Fit one to the window or simply hang using a hook so that you may move from room to naked room (Wayfair, $295).
One of the more inexpensive options, privacy film is a great way to keep your... privacy! Easy to install and natural looking, the mirrored finish on the film allows you to see out while others can't see you naked within (Lowe's, $29).