Phinney residence master bathCraftsman Bathroom, Seattle

Master bath in new construction of traditional style home.

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Gloria William wrote:Nov 25, 2013
  • Shane Robinson

    where were the pendant lights from?

  • Claudia Caplan

    Yes, would love to know the brand and style of the pendants.

Sandra Alger, CID, Fresh Ideas by Sandy wrote:Nov 15, 2012
  • annniles
    Are windows custom or can you order these?
  • PRO
    Goforth Gill Architects
    These are Lindal windows. They are available in the Seattle area. All are custom sizes.
Jason Kadushin wrote:Sep 21, 2013
gjhenders wrote:Nov 10, 2012
  • Starla Gackstetter Patterson
    On the corner trim, assume the 1" back bands were cut at 45. However was wondering if the 1x6's were they cut at 45's also or were they straight cuts.
  • jjdoherty
    You would square cut and but the 1x6 trim.
LexInteriors wrote:Oct 17, 2012
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    LexInteriors
    O.K. It looks like regular privacy glass, but I thought I read something in the comment thread about it being vinyl, and leaving no residue, so I then thought it might be some sort of product that adhered to existing clear glass.??
  • PRO
    Goforth Gill Architects
    No - I think it's plain old satin etch.
Cecily wrote:Aug 10, 2012
alinnick wrote:Jul 27, 2012
drushking wrote:Jul 1, 2012
swdn wrote:Nov 8, 2013
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    Goforth Gill Architects
    You might try contacting a shower door company to see if they can use vinyl.
lydiaf wrote:Nov 5, 2013
ellefilly wrote:Feb 2, 2013
rapawilliams wrote:Oct 21, 2012
pholloway wrote:Aug 20, 2012
  • PRO
    Goforth Gill Architects
    We used obscure glass in the bottom sash of all the bath windows. It's a great way to provide for privacy while letting in light. It works particularly well with the cottage-style double hung that is smaller in the top sash.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Shane D. Inman added this to 8 Wonderfully Creative Window TreatmentsSep 21, 2012

Frosted vinyl. I love using frosted vinyl — it's a simple, affordable solution. Apply frosted vinyl to any window in a room that needs both privacy and light.Style tip: Vinyl comes off easily and leaves no residue. Contact paper, with its sticky back, is much harder to remove over time.

mjeresek
Ivon Street Studio added this to Green and Clean: Ventilate for a Healthy BathroomJul 14, 2012

This bath has ample operable windows yet maintains privacy with obscured glass. Obscured glass comes in many different patterns, like etched, reeded or rain.

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Mia Strum added this to Wish ListJun 23, 2019

Etched or frosted windows for privacy.

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Kate F added this to South ShoreJun 9, 2019

Jack and Jill bathroom layout idea- Brandon doesn't like

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Kathleen Laurance added this to My ideasJun 5, 2019

Windows.. use stained glass with lights

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Jack O added this to Window TreatmentsMay 31, 2019

Master Bathroom - Frosted vinyl. I love using frosted vinyl — it's a simple, affordable solution. Apply frosted vinyl to any window in a room that needs both privacy and light. Style tip: Vinyl comes off easily and leaves no residue. Contact paper, with its sticky back, is much harder to remove over time.

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