Blinds and Bathroom Window Curtains - A Perfect Combination
Adding bathroom window curtains to your bathroom blinds or shutters can give you the best of both worlds.
Blinds or shutters can give you total privacy when you need it. However, you may also want to add a touch of texture, color or just to soften the look. So, combine them!
Where the whole bathroom has a luxurious feel, just having blinds on the window can make the room look unfinished.
Adding bathroom curtains to
just the top part of the window, is a perfect solution. You could even lift the
curtain higher if you wish to make the window seem taller.
Double the Effect
A sheer lace curtain between the window and shutter is perfect in daytime to ensure privacy and let in light. At night though, when the shutters are closed, the bathroom will only have a lot of hard surfaces.
Adding another sheer curtain on the
inside is inspirational. With the shutters open, you can really appreciate the
layered look - adding dimension to what would have been just another standard
Two Halves make it Whole
You may want to cover only the bottom part of the window for privacy, leaving the top half uncovered to let in natural light and add a sense of space.
Adding bathroom blinds or shutters on the side can create the illusion of a bay window, even if the bath tub was just set into an alcove with a single window.
The final touch to complete your bathroom window treatment is the addition of
a drape. You can do it in as many loops as you wish as can be seen in these
other pictures of bathoom curtains.
Bathroom Blinds - Perfect on their own
Bathroom Windows - No adornment needed
Bathroom window curtains can be added to windows just for the fun and joy of it. You don't always need a practical reason - do you?
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They don't really have to serve a purpose except to:
...and any other reason why you want to add them.