I have a something to admit. Ever since taking part of the $100 bathroom makeover in January, we’ve had tacky parchment paper taped up on our bathroom window for privacy! It looked horrible in person but also looked horrible from the outside looking in. Oops! Last weekend, we finally got our act together and did a Fibonacci Bathroom Window Privacy DIY that I know you guys are going to love it. My favorite kinds of projects are the under-thirty-minute-types and also cheap. This one came in at around thirty minutes and was around $18 to complete. Better than that, we can now get out of our shower naked and not feel like we are daring all our neighbors to watch.
Bathroom Window Privacy DIY
A few years ago, we did the same bathroom window privacy DIY project in the hallway bathroom. It’s held up great, so we decided to make our how-to much better for you and create a video tutorial of the process. I know lots of us struggle with how to get privacy for bathroom windows but still let sunlight flood the space and this easy project really solves that problem.
I’m going to let the video tutorial do most of the explaining but I will include a source list right below.
Bathroom Window Privacy DIY Supplies:
- Window Film* (This is the one we got, but I did link up some other options at the end of this post.)
- Credit Card or Badge
- Razor Knife
- Cutting Board
- Measuring Tape
I don’t know what is on the outside of our window, but I wanted to share the exterior view of the bathroom window privacy DIY!
If you want more bathroom window coverings for privacy, I’ve rounded up some great options below!
Pin For Later: Bathroom Window Privacy DIY
I didn’t think about it before, but I guess I’m kinda into DIY window coverings! If you liked this post, then you may also like: