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Rethink Design Studio
A great budget trick for carving out extra sleeping space is hanging curtains. They give each guest privacy but maintain a fun, carefree camp atmosphere. Perfect for hosting a large clan.
Kate Jackson Design
bathroom over the sea
Versatile windows start from top or middle. Great for tall windows and bathrooms to control privacy and sunlight.
In the master bathroom. The flexibility of these woven shades gives this bathroom complete privacy. You can raise them from the bottom or lower them from the top. Style tip: Select an all-white blind for your white bathroom, and watch your window treatment disappear altogether.
Martha O'Hara Interiors
Kellogg Road Residence
MOHI thank you for being so responsive to my feedback. I really appreciate it and didn't think of privacy reasons. Thanks again!
Houzzers with as much information as possible, our vendor/manufacturers' rules regarding what information we can give out online, and our clients' privacy preferences - which often includes a request that we not publicly post all of their homes' design details. In this case, I've followed up and can tell
Clark Collins - Collins Design & Development
Lombardy Lane, Laguna Beach
1512 Dolphin Terrace
bathtub and replace with a tiled shower for bigger shower. There is a widow currently above the tub so wondering how I keep natural light but need privacy. I do not want neighbors to see any outline, shadow, ect when in shower
functional drapes could require more widths of fabric, which gets costly, and you end up with a bulkier look that will allow in less light. If you need privacy for this look, use a shade mounted behind the drapes. Hang the rod longer than than where the windows end to create the look of wall-to-wall windows
Bliss Garden Design
Beach House, Bainbridge Island
Love the stone pebbles and privacy screen