On our tower blind we have a shelf that runs below the front window so we have a place to lay binocs, drinks, gloves etc. Our tower blind is a square metal tubing frame and we use some pieces of camo material we cut out of an old camo duffle bag and some magnets I bought at Harbor Freight and we can cover up whatever windows we need to to keep the sun from lighting up the inside of the blind. As the sun moves we can change the locaton of the curtain.
On our two wood box blinds I built some corner shelves above and below the windows. We store 1 lb propane tanks for our heaters on the upper shelves, this keeps them off the floor so we are not kicking them around when we move, and use the lower shelves for binos, gloves, drinks etc. In the wood blinds we also have curtains I made out of indoor-outdoor carpet stapled above the windows and a string hanging from the top of the wall with a closepin on the end of it to hold the curtains up on the windows we need to see out of.
In the wood blinds we also have some small screw in hooks for hanging our rattling antlers, hat, backpack etc. Anything you can keep off the floor is a good thing.
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