278 privacy.asp Modern Bedroom Design Photos

Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Hollywood Hills Residence
Ideabooks6,046
Questions8
We are building a house and view from the bathroom needs some privacy. Can we add the frosted glass to the bottom half of window?
when power on, it is clear, when power off, it is opaque, it can protect privacy well and have enough light inside room, we are factory to produce this
Privacy without curtains. Do you have a view that you just can't bear to put window treatments over? Apply frosted vinyl for privacy and a view
frosted section of glass at bottom of this window is a great idea to give privacy and still allow the outside to come in without completely blocking the view
Privacy without curtains. Do you have a view that you just can't bear to put window treatments over? Apply frosted vinyl for privacy and a view
“Half frosted windows” — draycott007
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Netherfield
Ideabooks3,647
Questions2
bed facing the fireplace a way to configure the back of the bed to add privacy
Interesting concept. Like the shape of the room as well as the privacy wall.
Privacy wall is unique...The privacy wall.
“dome ceiling trim” — mandyhalvin
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
mathews master entry
Ideabooks10,272
Questions8
area, and the toilet area and laundry room. Frosted glass would allow privacy for the toilet and light from the bath and laundry room. In our mid-ce
light and create less of a barrier." The frosting provides some privacy; total privacy was not really needed because the buyers were empty nesters. Thanks
is a good way to lighten a dark hallway or landing without sacrificing privacy in a bedroom or bath. If you have an existing solid wood-paneled door, consider
privacy door that doesn't block light
“ej entrsda havitacion” — maopin
Uptic Studios
2 Reviews
Coeur D’Alene Residence on Lake Coeur D’Alene
Ideabooks7,917
Questions4
the combined occupancy of two families, providing separate spaces for privacy and common rooms that bring everyone together comfortably under one roof
ass doors lead to the library, letting light through but also allowing privacy.
Privacy glass letting in lots of light
“EVERYTHING!!!!!” — bethdicori
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
MLK studio
Ideabooks12,988
Questions10
Hello 2588, Good question! The purpose of window coverings is to maintain privacy. They also offer UV protection and are easy to raise and lower. Lots of
tilt in the closed position to let in some light while still maintaining privacy. The curtains, in this case, are there for decoration. They add a sense
do extend the expanse of the window, they are not ideal for ease of use, privacy, and energy and UV control. Windo VanGo offers window treatments from Hunter
“Colours” — willowplace
Neumann Mendro Andrulaitis Architects LLP
12 Reviews
Carpinteria Foothills Residence
Ideabooks17,375
Questions8
giving its owners a panoramic view of the Pacific (albeit not a lot of privacy). Never fear; the windows are actually taller than the ceiling by about
giving its owners a panoramic view of the Pacific (albeit not a lot of privacy). Never fear; the windows are actually taller than the ceiling by about
Panoramic view. This glass-walled bedroom looks as though it’s open to the air. Privacy is not an issue here – the windows are actually slightly taller than the
“words cannot describe this bedroom” — Georgina Gamble
Envi Interior Design Studio
The Bon Ton Loft
Ideabooks6,807
Questions5
Cool privacy screen...Privacy curtain...Privacy screens
“bonus room” — Dana Pastor
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Harris Master Bedroom
Ideabooks3,454
Questions6
privacy slats for window...Privacy entrance windows
“fuzzy rug” — skurland7
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