Hello there, this is my first Instructable and I thought I'd share the method I used to create privacy windows in my home. It's a combination of two methods I have seen pretty widely used, but with some experimenting I achieved the results I wanted -- a consistent look, a good level of privacy, and an agreeable laziness factor.
Disclaimer: This has not been tested in high-moisture environments.
Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
You will need:
- Valspar Tintable Glaze available at Lowes
- Rust-Oleum Frosted Glass
- A paint brush (preferably one that fits in the can)
All total, sub-$20. One can of each did a whole 112" x 49" window.
You can optionally tape off the windows as there will be overspray on the Rust-Oleum step, but I just used a little elbow grease and windex at the end to clean things up.