Lack of windows in basement - Solution: place a large mirror on a wall. Glue molding vertically and horizontally on mirror to make it look like a window. Install decorative curtain rod above and hang a pair of stylish drapes to finish the look. Basement lighting will bounce off the mirror (window) and reflect back into the room giving the illusion of a real window.

Thinking of this for my basement. Mirrored tiles for a windowless room! Cheap and easy diy. This one is even faux "paned" like a real windowpane. 33 Insanely Clever Upgrades To Make To Your Home

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10 Brilliant Ways to Fake Windows in Your Basement

Decorative Window Panels - another idea for a way to separate (or partially separate my frontroom and kitchen).

the future is here, digital window

Sky Factory eScape™ is a digital cinema virtual window that brings the dynamic beauty of nature - image, motion and sound - to interior environments. A high-tech illusion, eScape features a wall-mounted commercial-grade LED LCD screen embedded in a full-s

Fake Window In The Basement, With LED Plant Grow Lights.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Fake Window In The Basement, With LED Plant Grow Lights.

Pair with book nook bench built between two book shelves! Fake Window In The Basement, With LED Plant Grow Lights.

Faux Garden Shed Window made from Upcycled Parts! Maybe we could do this on the outside, when we close in the window on the guest cabin?

Upcycled Garden Shed Window

upcycled garden shed window, curb appeal, gardening, outdoor living, windows

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Faux windows made from mirrors to make the room seem larger.

For the ding room? Faux windows made from mirrors to make the room seem larger.

Back-lit Faux Basement Window - maybe for front of house where egress window isn't possible

Back-lit Faux Basement Window - clever, wonder how easy to put enlarged photo behind it to give 'outside view'?

you print out a big picture like this in panels, then adhere them to black posterboard or bristol board--voila, fake window!

you print out a big picture like this in panels, then adhere them to black posterboard or bristol board--voila, fake window!

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