basement window that looks out into the pool

basement window that looks out into the pool

use  a small decorator rod hung vertically ^( at winbdows frame edge) single tie back to create valance
Here's what I was trying to explain for the basement windows yesterday @Amanda Middleton You guys have the space to put the curtain rod out further though so you don't have to cover the window so much, but I think it looks nice.
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Two Deluxe Custom Wells With Custom Hinged Covers. We're gonna DIY these ! Need to keep the cats out of the window well
for when we re-do the basement...
Full curtain idea for bathroom. Inside window frame with tension rod.
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The Sunhouse basement window well system. Helps protect your basement windows, and also brightens up your basement living space! I love this idea.
How absolutely brilliant is this little side yard? Completely charming and low maintenance, using plant of all shapes AND sizes (looking at you, dwarf-only people!) It even dresses up the basement window well.
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Along the flower beds in the back. Put at level lawn mower wheels can roll on the pavers to avoid having to weed whack the edges
Egress Windows this is a great idea for basement windows. Note the raised beds outside the window. Great for added privacy.
Window Well Design Ideas
How To Make Your Own Energy-Saving Thermal Curtains - SHTF Preparedness    -   These are a cheap and easy way to save energy costs in your home.
Window well cover idea: Redi-Exit Egress Systems' Two Deluxe Custom Wells With Custom Hinged Covers
for basement windows: two tension rods (top and bottom) with sheer fabric, make pocket on top and bottom for rods. double the width of window for material
How to create a raised garden bed that's just right for a tiny space.
Put this kind of board w/clips under the basement windows to hang up cards/art/etc.
Basement window idea. But shutters below window to make it look bigger.
Paper snowflakes in the window. Doing this!
For those small, tight basement windows, this is a nice way to make it feel larger and brighter
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lighted shutter side table! (how-to)
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Along the sides of the house!
Barn door shutters for the basement windows: added security, too (I prefer the Z style doors to the ones in this photo)