Friday, January 23, 2015

Bathroom Window Design Ideas

Wall-to-Wall Bathroom Windows

Let the sun shine in with a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. These bathroom windows offer dramatic views of the surrounding landscape, where privacy is not a concern. The views beyond the thin floating vanity take the stress out of the morning routine.

Wall-to-Wall Bathroom Windows

Porthole Bathroom Window

A circular window adds style and light to this small bathroom. Its placement high on the wall above the bathtub affords privacy yet allows bathers to catch a glimpse of the sky or stars.

Porthole Bathroom Window

Double the View

A corner window and a large mirror work together to expand the view from this bathroom retreat. Stretching the entire length of the vanity wall, the oversize mirror reflects a small window, which both expands the look of the room and increases the amount of natural light.

Double the View

Obscured Bathroom Window

A large round mirror hangs directly in front of this bathroom's window. Slightly obscuring the window with the mirror increases privacy and diffuses the amount of light streaming into the bathroom.

Obscured Bathroom Window

Clerestory Windows for Celestial Light

Narrow clerestory windows let natural light shine in and improve ventilation while offering maximum privacy to bathers. Here, a clerestory window illuminates the shower's stunning marble surround.

Clerestory Windows for Celestial Light

Window in a Bathroom Retreat

This bathroom has it all: A pair of beautiful vanities, plentiful storage, and a stunning claw-foot soaking tub. Painted in soothing white, the bathroom's bright and airy feel is enhanced by the natural light that streams in from a large rectangular window in the center of it all. A Roman shade allows privacy when needed.

Window in a Bathroom Retreat

Classic Hollywood Style

A narrow hallway leading into this master bathroom directs the eye toward a sculptural tub and a trio of windows. The windows, framed by flowing draperies cut from a luxurious metallic fabric, function as the room's focal point.

Classic Hollywood Style

Cathedral-Style Bathroom Windows

A whirlpool tub is bathed in natural light by a trio of large Art Deco-style windows. The panes boast an X motif that lends subtle decorative appeal.

Cathedral-Style Bathroom Windows

A (Bath) Room with a View

Large windows offer a relaxing view of the private landscape from anywhere in this bathroom. While the shower gets full benefit from its see-through surround, prime real estate goes to the tub. Minimalist in design, this bathroom is all about two essentials: the view and the bathtub.

A (Bath) Room with a View

Bathroom with Transom Windows

Add architectural interest and maximize a bathroom's open feel with well-placed transom windows. Natural light streams into this bathroom through a bank of transom windows above the vanity.

Bathroom with Transom Windows

Light and Privacy in the Bathroom

Let in the light! Floor-to-ceiling windows usher in light and views in this Art Deco-inspired bathroom. Wispy white draperies put the focus on the room's glam, less-is-more decorating scheme.

Light and Privacy in the Bathroom

High Windows Offer Bathroom Light

Undressed windows flood this bathroom with natural light, while paneled walls and an arched tub niche elevate its architectural appeal. An all-white color scheme lends the traditional bath an elegant air.

High Windows Offer Bathroom Light

Bathroom Skylight

This bathroom was built in an attic, so finding space to carve out windows was a challenge. This long, narrow skylight provides plenty of natural light and gives bathers stunning views of the sky and stars.

Bathroom Skylight

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