Do you leave your blinds open or closed at night?

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  1. visorless profile image58
    visorlessposted 6 years ago

    Do you leave your blinds open or closed at night?

    When the sun goes down, do you leave your blinds open at night? Personally, I choose to close them, as I live in a suburban neighborhood filled with teenagers doing who knows what. Does it depend on the area you live in, or perhaps is more to do with your own personality/level of comfort.

  2. JaneKnowsbest profile image79
    JaneKnowsbestposted 6 years ago

    I usually close the blinds in the bedrooms just because if someone is outside, I don't want to look out my window and see them. lol.

  3. Adamowen profile image81
    Adamowenposted 6 years ago

    I have two windows in my bedroom at the front of the house. I took my curtain rails down and leave it open to the night sky. I am usually awake most nights because I like the silence of the country being at a standstill, it's peaceful and quiet just how I like it, allows me to think creatively. The only issue is when a light is on people can see in LOL.

  4. duffsmom profile image62
    duffsmomposted 6 years ago

    Open. We live in a rural area and our house is set back off the road .. Actually I don't have any curtains up at this time.  Meant to make some and haven't gotten to it yet.  Our house is built on a slight incline so the windows on one side are too high for anyone to look in. 

    It's one of the few thingsI don't worry about out here.

  5. Mariaam Bhatti profile image61
    Mariaam Bhattiposted 6 years ago

    Definitely closed hun,I wouldn't want people opposite me seeing what I get up to at night .When in the rural areas I would feel like someone is looking through the window ,that scares me big time !

  6. nina64 profile image82
    nina64posted 6 years ago

    Living in the city, I would definitely close my blinds at night. I do not want anyone looking into my home for anything for any reason. It's a privacy thing of course.

 
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