I'm not sure where to put this, so please move it if this isn't the place.
I'm thinking of stealing the Florida room from my wife to use as an art studio/photography portrait location. It's ideal, as there's nothing but glass on 3 sides from the roof to about 3' from the floor. I can't work with visual distractions either for the photography portraits or the painting/printing. Right now there's venetian blinds and you can still see a lot through the gaps, plus they block a lot of light. Not much of a fan of those coke dealer, silvered window coverings. It would be great if I could duplicate the whiteness of a light box, which would allow lots of light in, but only show general shadow movements from outside. In the past I've simply taped up wax paper strips, but it looks a bit tacky here, as the Florida room is the front entrance to our place.
Cheap is good :} At night, I can just pull down some of those roll up blinds. Any ideas? The wax paper can still work if I gussy it up w/ decorative push pins, thin wood frames, etc, but I'm wondering if some other material, perhaps another type of paper or even cloth of some sort, would allow maximum light in, while blocking visual stuff at the same time. I don't want to see anything but white when I look around and work, and much prefer natural light to unnatural indoor light.