Who doesn’t want natural light flooding your bathroom in the morning?
Who doesn’t want some sunlight shining in to wake you up, make you feel energized, help you see your makeup or the color of your socks?
Sounds nice, doesn't it?
Unfortunately though, your mornings aren't as bright and picturesque as you'd like them to be.
And you have your neighbors to thank for that.
Their kitchen window is right outside your bathroom. Every time you need to take a shower, you have to cover up your window. And because it’s probably placed above the tub, making it inconvenient to reach, you probably won’t bother pulling the window coverings open again.
And now your bathroom has become a creepy, dark, uninviting space that you can’t wait to bolt from!
What’s the point of having a bathroom window if you're never able to experience the light it can bring in to your room?
This window situation is one I see all too often. And I totally understand why it's such a frustration.
All you want is to soak up the natural sunlight it lets in, but not at the expense of giving up your privacy!
So where's the middle-ground? How do you keep your privacy and collect all of that gorgeous light your soul is aching for at the same time?
Here's your solution:
Translucent glass or a translucent shade.
(And sometimes even both.)
Here are some examples...