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Danny Broe Architect
Victorian Workers Cottage Addition
ceiling in the rest of the space, making the window seat feel cozier and more intimate. Translucent blinds and a fence outside the back door provide privacy if needed. Kitchen counter: Snow, Caesarstone; hardware: Hettich; sink: Olivieri; faucets: Sussex, Reece; blinds: Rolletna
ceiling in the rest of the space, making the window seat feel cosier and more intimate. Translucent blinds and a fence outside the back door provide privacy if needed. Kitchen benchtop: Snow, Caesarstone; hardware: Hettich; sink: Olivieri; tapware: Sussex, Reece; blinds: Rolletna
We are looking to divide our hall bath with a pocket lock door to give privacy to toilet/bath area. We were told that you need to be able to one the lock fom the out side in case of emergency. Can you do this with a pocket lock
product by Halliday & Ballie that's pretty nice. http://www.hallidaybaillie.com/products/109/189/sliding-door-hardware/hb-690-sliding-door-hardware-privacy-lock:-170mm
chadbourne + doss architects
Lobster Boat Residence
concrete floor place toilet at end of sink cabinet w/1/2 privacy concrete wall other side install 3/4 concrete privacy wall w/walk through other side toilet 1/2 wall
Shelley Kirsch Interior Design and Decoration
small, airy, a little privacy if needed
privacy from windows
Dick Clark + Associates
contemporary master bedroom ideas
use of windows for privacy yet open for master bedroom
love the windows up high for light but privacy
Dotter & Solfjeld Architecture + Design
Brettkelly Residence, Oakland, CA
The shower enclosure is about 12 feet by 8 feet. The windows are kept high to allow privacy. Wencke
several times so they could determine the perfect placement for the windows — one that gave views from the inside while still maintaining the couple's privacy from passersby. "You can be naked inside the bathroom and no one will see you."
Port Ludlow House
Front maybe a bit more toned down, but back is more interesting where there is more privacy/less obtrusive to the neighboring houses from the street.....also like how using cantalervers and such in the back can create privacy/private patios etc.