At night, my windows reflect the room and obscure the outside view. Is there a way to reduce the reflectiveness of the windows?

  • Window tinting. There are a few products that do this. Reduce glare is what you need. – Jeff Cates Mar 17 '19 at 19:45
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    Move the lights so they don't reflect where you're sitting. – Carl Witthoft Mar 17 '19 at 20:20
  • A curtain or shade will do the trick. – Steve Wellens Aug 10 '20 at 14:39
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There are things such as anti-reflective/anti-glare film that many storefronts, counter displays use to increase see through. It's not often used privately though.

One example is this: https://www.ssidisplays.com/anti-glare-film-window-displays/

I'd try asking somewhere they sell glass for windows-panes or whole windows.

Just remember, it's very limited how much it would work with a lighted room, at night, looking out into the dark. Try lowering the light intensity in the room a bit as well, possibly. That could be done with a bulb of lower wattage.

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