Doors that lead out to a patio, flanked by symmetrical windows, flood this open bathroom with light.
White blinds cover the windows above this corner tub, providing diffused light during the day and privacy at night.
Light floods into this 1926 peach bathroom thanks to two large windows over the vanity. Instead of redoing the entire room, the homeowner kept the original tile and the iron light fixture, saving money and preserving the room's historic charm. For a hip new look on a budget apply a fresh coat of white paint and add distinctive wallpaper.
A floor-to-ceiling skinny window provides natural light in this small bathroom.
Classic glass blocks provide privacy and sunlight in this traditional bathroom.
Large mirrors, glass doors, pale hues and natural light make this bathroom appear larger than it really is.
Hang a mirror in front of your bathroom window to maximize space but still allow sunlight.
Light pours in from a skylight in this attic bathroom.
Window valances provide sunlight during the day, but can be drawn to provide privacy at night.
Wooden slatted blinds provide just the right amount of sunlight and privacy.
For a large, modern bathroom, consider a long, horizontal window with frosted glass to provide natural light.
Tall windows with frosted glass let the sunlight in while keeping your bathroom private.
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