The windows installed in the laundry room have frames that are some type of plastic or vinyl. They are set in so close in the corner that they practically touch. I wanted to install curtains for privacy, but the frames won't allow a curtain rod. Shades are out of the question since I wanted the sun to be able to shine in from the top of the window.
Years ago I saw some window quilts that someone had installed. They had put them in a mudroom /bathroom, mainly to make it warmer. I've often thought of them with some of our leakier farmhouse windows, but I've never tried them. They seemed like the perfect solution for the newly renovated room. They allow privacy, but still let light in.
I had to make six panels to cover all of the windows. The blue and
green butterflies go well with the green paint.
I used a product called "Decor" by the folks who make
Velcro. The strip with the hooks goes on the window frame
with an adhesive. You just position it and stick it in place.
The soft, loop strip gets sewn onto the fabric.
I'm very happy with the outcome of this project. I can change the quilts if I wish to change the colors. Best of all, I get my privacy and my sunshine too!