T1Contemporary Bathroom, Denver
Photo by David Marlow
What Houzz contributors are saying:
StripedHere’s another great way to break up your glass to add privacy: A striped effect gives a peek to the other side but still obscures your view of any details. This way, bathers can feel enclosed, but the space still seems airy and open.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
I was thinking of a jack and jill situation with the baths. I would have a bigger vanity and linen cabinet on my side, and the other side could have a smaller vanity and smaller linen cabinet or closet, both sides with commode, and perhaps a nice, walk-in shower between. I don't envision me having guests too often, but when I do they'll be close friends/family, so I would be OK with a frosted shower door separating us. Perhaps mostly tile with only a smaller glass door on each side. It might not save much $ but it could save space perhaps. Their guest bath would need to be accessible from the main living area, so I wouldn't have to have a half bath.