Front door with sidelites add visual interest to a lobby and help to fill the space with light. Despite their benefits, side windows can be problematic, because too much light to minimize the privacy or may be in the area. Hanging curtains on the windows remedies the privacy issue. The use of sheer curtains that still restrict the possibility of some light through cuts in an abundance of sun glare.
Screw curtain rod brackets specifically designed for windows in the door above and below the windows. Screw two brackets on both sides of the side windows to the top and bottom. The opening of the top brackets must be increased, and the opening of the lower brackets must be down. Thread the front door with sidelites curtain airbags rods. Place a curtain rod in the top and bottom of the curtain. Hang the top curtain rod on brackets above the city lights. Pull the curtain over the window. Hook the lower curtain rod in the brackets under the city lights.
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If material of door is metal, place magnets on the sides of the front door with sidelites to the top and bottom. Thread the top and bottom of the curtain on a metal curtain rod. Attach the ends of the curtain rods at the top and bottom of the curtain to the magnets on the sides of the side window.