Naked At Home - 2014 / 2018

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what about the windows

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I have a question! How many home nudists do so with all their blinds and curtains closed? I do understand the necessity to not upset the neighbors,
Now MY situation, I live in a single floor apartment complex of 1 bedroom and efficiency apartments. I have a large window in the living room and 1 in the bedroom facing the common area, another building and a neighbors back yard. It also is on the end of the building and the maintenance shed that shares my living room wall. I've lived here 6 years and the first 5, I felt like a Hermit never opening the blinds because of the foot traffic going to the shed and the sidewalk angles to less than 2.5' from my window!
So this year after having enough of not seeing the outside world I did some research and found a fix. At most any home store, they sell a window film kit that works as a two-way mirror! I bought the kit and promptly installed it in the living room hoping that there was truth in the statements made by the company and HOORAY it really does work as long as it is brighter outside than in.
It does take a little getting used to though when you are buck naked and somebody walks by the window, remember just 2.5 feet away from it, I tend to get a little giddy and excited when they do. LOL
So if you are a blinds closed Nudist and want to end the darkness go to the home store and buy a kit you'll not be sorry you did!
PS I paid less than$50 bucks

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. The best part is taking a shower and watching the wildlife in the backyard.

The next best thing to an outdoor shower.

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I have a single story house facing the road within about 25 feet and rely on the sky's reflection in the windows.
It seems to work as I have had no comments for twenty years.
The pictures are from a short video of closing and opening the curtains which I will upload to the media section shortly.

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I have a big living room window that faces my street and is right next to the neighbours driveway where she parks. I was getting tired of having to keep the curtains closed and as a result keeping the daylight out, so I invested in some shear curtains. During the day they let light in but makes it hard to see me and then at night I just close the dark curtains so I don't get visit from police for being seen in my own home (so ridiculous that law). It's been the best $20 I've spent in a while.

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I have a single story house facing the road within about 25 feet and rely on the sky's reflection in the windows.It seems to work as I have had no comments for twenty years.The pictures are from a short video of closing and opening the curtains which I will upload to the media section shortly.

As the video failed to upload on TN I Have loaded it on Vimeo here.

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I always keep the blinds up , what i do in my home is mine, if someone looks in and is offended by what they see then they shouldnt have been looking in the first place!

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I have found that the refection from the sky in the front windows is enough to adequately preserve my modesty.
I have attached two stills from this video.

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I have found that the refection from the sky in the front windows is enough to adequately preserve my modesty.I have attached two stills from this video.

Yes you can just make out you are nude but not enough for passing people to see you.

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The rooms where I spend most of my time are at the back of the house so no need for blinds or curtains as we are not overlooked.
For the other rooms I dont bother drawing the curtains unless I have the lights on. When I have checked from across the other side of our road you cant really see any detail of what is in the rooms as the interior is darker than the exterior.
If someone gets up close and peers in then they see what they see and I regard that as their problem as they are then well on my drive and being nosey. Much the same as if they come into my back garden uninvited and catch me sunbathing naked.

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One of the hotels where we stayed on our recent vacation had shutters that were split in the middle of the window.
You could open the top half for light and still have total privacy.
Great set-up.

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