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Fabric curtains running on threaded pole, velcroed to cabin interior
Black out curtain on rail
Towels over the Windows
Wrap Around Windows. Custom Blackout Curtains On An IKEA Track.
We bought some foam, fabric, and made a cushion-like object that we attached with Velcro
We used a shower curtain rod with curtains for privacy in the front.
We made the curtains by covering both sides of a silver windcreen sunscreen with material. The rear door ones just sit inside the door frame, and the sliding door one is held by strong magnets. Totally blocks the light.
Reflectix covered with black fabric, shiny steel window bars will be in the tinted slider window (the only window). Also I have a steel bulkhead with a locking door.
Tinted Bonded Window in the side door, Tinted Hinged window in the Dining Area.
All the windows were completely removed and resealed with Sikaflex 221 polyurethane sealer.
Fabric curtains that are magnetic
Installed three Farnier-Peniun sliding windows from Road Paisance. Denim fabric curtains (with insulation) made by a local seamstress.
The blinds were custom made from blackout cloth and standard window rods.
DIY quilted panels on windows. Connected by magnets.
Thermal mats on the windows. This has had a huge affect in reducing heat during the day time.
We used a good block out curtain material. When making curtains, your material is 1.5 x the width of your window and then add around 10cm to your height for the hems. Sew curtain tape on the top, your hems and your done!
IKEA curtains and hem tape, trimmed and ironed in a motel room.
Custom denim all 12-16 oz., some selvedge
DIY magnetic reflectix covers
DIY fabric curtains, rolled and tied up when not in use. Velcro to keep in place when down.
I added on Subaru’s weather deflectors onto all side windows, which allows me to crack the windows in rain, without letting any in. Plus custom made window shades from Reflectix (bought at Lowe’s)
We have curtains all the way around. They hang on copper rods so we can push them to the side during the day.
Curtains on rails.
Pull down bug screens
No rear windows. I also covered the windows in the bulkhead to prevent light from leaking out.
Rear fold out windows. Flippable window covers made from carpet, batting insulation and reflectix.
Magnetic light blocking fabric that was custom made to fit my windows
Natural lighting- only 2 windows are blocked off (bathroom and closet)
Wind out windows with blackboard paint on interior panels. Magnetic blackout fabric curtains for rear windows. Magnetics sewn into curtain hems.
CRL Window for Flarespace
I used inexpensive thin poster board for these screens - easier to 'press' into the window so I could cut, and easily rolled up for storage when driving