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Privacy and personal space are among the
top advantages we expect and desire with
home ownership.
You may be friendly or even close
to your neighbors, but we all value
the security of knowing our homes
are also private sanctuaries.
But if you feel as if some
neighbors linger too long or are too
interested in what’s going on in your
home, there are some subtle and
easy ways to protect your privacy
and block their view. You’ll thwart
those eyes (and over-interest) and
ease your mind at the same time
with these collection of tips from
Realtor.com.
WINDOW TINTING
You don’t have to paint your
windows black for privacy. If curtains
or shades don’t do the trick or turns
rooms too dark, one of the easiest
ways to achieve privacy and good
lighting is by using window tinting.
These coverings come in a variety
of values from dark to light that

allow you to control the amount of
light while obscuring activity within.
True reflective tinting goes even
further, effectively creating a twoway mirror that will puzzle prying
neighbors. Test them out before
buying in case you need curtains at
night.
CELLULAR SHADES AND
TAPESTRIES
Cellular shades are light-filtering
blinds that allow sunlight to shine
through while also offering plenty of
privacy.
These affordable shades come
in many colors to complement any
home decor, but white or light gray
will offer the most light to filter
through.
While it may not suit everyone’s
style, using a tapestry or decorative
cloth to cover windows is another
effective method. Because these

fabrics tend to be cheaper, they
allow more light in than traditional
heavier curtains.
Sheer white curtains are
another options recommended by
decorators. They offer privacy and
classic style, and can hang from
inexpensive wall hooks and rods
if you’re renting and don’t want to
make a big investment in curtains.
OUTDOOR PRIVACY
Fences, trellises, hedges and
potted bushes all offer attractive
options to outline your property
and ensure your privacy. Which you
choose depends on your budget and
the degree of privacy you wish to
achieve.

Potted bushes are the answer
if you can’t plant more expensive
hedges. Because they’re decorative,
potted plants and bushes create
privacy without saying, “I’m fencing
you out.”
Trellises are also inexpensive
and decorative. They repel nosy
neighbors and can become the
framework for flowers and climbing
vines. You can also hang fabric
from trellises. Another advantage
is mobility. Trellises can be easily
moved to block prying eyes from
different directions.
Another bonus: You can take
these items with you if you move.

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