Unfortunately, when curtains or blinds are used as a privacy measure, natural light is usually sacrificed. This is a pity as natural light is not only pleasant, it’s great for hygiene, too. Germs and bacteria thrive in dark, damp places, so flooding your bathroom with as much fresh air and light as possible is a good idea.
The bathroom windows featured here have been treated with window frosting. You’ll notice that the decorative design used here doesn’t require leaving much of the glass surface bare. This is because decals that cover most of the glass surface with opaque window frosting offer the most privacy. As this is a bathroom window on the ground floor, privacy is of the utmost importance.
The image really illustrates the effectiveness of window frosting; it’s impossible to see what’s happening inside the bathroom. The image is also a great example of how window frosting can serve both functional and decorative purposes. Not only does window frosting allow this family to enjoy complete bathroom privacy, it’s also transformed these windows into attractive décor pieces.
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