Corner window - blind?

(5 Posts)
AnonymousBird Sun 10-Apr-16 19:38:52

We've moved into a house with a lovely corner window ie. The glass forms the corner. It is a bit of a feature but can be a bit overlooked when lights are on in the evening as the footpath is very close to the window in the other side of our hedge (quite thin in winter).

Has anyone successfully done any form of blind/curtain for this? It would only be down/drawn in winter evenings. In the summer I think the hedge will fill out enough that we won't need it.

TIA

wowfudge Sun 10-Apr-16 19:45:43

A curtain track can be bent to fit the corner and you can put a curtain up. You may also be able to get a pole to fit the corner, but it will be more expensive.

Ruhrpott Sun 10-Apr-16 22:51:07

We have a corner joint, got it from Dunhelm

HereIAm20 Mon 11-Apr-16 20:45:30

We have gone with roman blinds in ours

HolaWeenie Tue 12-Apr-16 10:05:58

How about frosted window film? So you don't cover up the window with too much fluff and lose that feature

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