Bathroom shutters present some interesting design challenges. On the one hand, emitting sunlight and opening up to the outside makes a room brighter, more users friendly and happier. On the other hand, the protection is an important concern in bathroom design. Find a balance, emit sunlight and block the line of sight.
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If you want to bring the outside in without compromising privacy, install a cabinet shutter in your shower. Build a small, round bathroom shutters slightly above eye level to give a glimpse of the sky while enjoying their shower. Expand on the idea with a range of valves, shower stall in rays of natural light. Install clear glass on the stall and the light from the doorway will help to illuminate the entire bathroom. Alternatively, install the door hole above the sink as an unconventional alternative to the standard bathroom mirror. Install a mirror elsewhere in the bathroom, such as the door or a wall.
Your bathroom can have large bathroom shutters that give a lot of light without compromising privacy. Install a series of windows with shine curtains to let in light through and block direct view. Use standard curtains draped from the top of the shutter to block the view completely or start the curtains 1/3 of the way down the shutter to allow a glimpse of the outside. If you want to install a second layer of heavier curtains to allow users to completely shut the bathroom from the outside.