Deciding on window treatments for your bathroom? Well, first, there are a few things to consider. For one, your bathroom is more than likely the most humid room in your home. So where in the bathroom are your windows located? If they’re near the tub or shower, waterproof blinds or durable shades that resist moisture are a good idea. Is your bathroom on the bottom floor of your home where neighbors can see in, or do you have more privacy? The best bathroom window treatment should combine just the right amount of durability, light control, privacy and style.
Roman shades, with luxurious fabric folds, can really soften the look of ceramic or porcelain. And if your bathroom has a lot of whites or neutrals, they can add a splash of color. Vignette® Modern Roman Shades come in a wide range of colors, textures and opacities. And the great thing about Vignette shades is that you can opt for the Top-Down/Bottom-Up system that lets you open your shades from the top down, bottom up or anywhere in-between — so you can enjoy plenty of privacy when you want it but still bring in natural light.
Handwoven from natural fibers like bamboo, grasses, reeds and jute, woven wood shades add a peaceful ambiance to your bathroom so you can enjoy a relaxing soak at the end of the day. Like Vignette shades, Provenance® Woven Wood Shades are available with the Top-Down/Bottom-Up option that helps you maintain privacy in your bathroom while preserving your views. Keep in mind, you can use Provenance shades alone or with a room-darkening liner that operates independently from the front-facing fabric. Besides increasing light control, a liner can beautifully contrast with the natural materials of your shade to highlight its texture.
With a rich, classic look, shutters are like custom cabinetry for your windows. But in your bathroom, faux wood shutters that can stand up to extreme heat and moisture are ideal. Palm Beach™ Polysatin™ Shutters are made with a UV-resistant polysatin compound that prevents them from warping, cracking, fading, chipping, peeling or discoloring over time, even in high-humidity — which is especially important if your bathroom windows are located near your shower. Unusually shaped windows can add drama and elegance to any bathroom and Palm Beach shutters can cover any shaped window, from arches and angles to hexagons. If you want to bring in more natural light, you can always install them on just the lower part of your bathroom window.
Shades, blinds and shutters all make great window treatments for bathrooms. But when narrowing down your options, think about your privacy needs, where your windows are located and which bathroom shades will be durable enough to withstand high heat and humidity. Our local experts are always ready to help you narrow down the selection process. And whichever window coverings you choose, know that all our shades are covered by our Lifetime Guarantee, so you can have the peace of mind that they’ll last for years to come.
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