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Window treatments can add softness to a bathroom or provide some serious privacy. Choose a bathroom window treatment that suits your style and space with one of these great ideas.
Make your bathroom window beautiful with a handsome roman window shade. The warm brown color in the fabric echoes the tones found throughout the rest of the bath in tile and cabinetry. The checked pattern is subtle, yet interesting. Fabric ties allow you to lower the shade if needed, but are best suited for fixed treatments.
A simple cafe curtain-style window treatment can be the perfect finishing touch to an elegant bathroom. Placing the cafe curtain so that it covers the lower half of the window ensures privacy while letting in plenty of light. To add sparkle, leave the top half of the window bare so sunlight can stream into the room.
Add style and privacy to your bath with the use of woven window shades. The shades in this bath are earthy and neutral, which allows them to work with many design schemes. Woven shades allow bathers to control the degree of light and privacy, and they give the bath a finished look. They are easy to raise and lower and are available with black-out fabric for additional privacy.
A sweet shade with pom-pom trim adds a bit of flair to the cottage bathroom window treatment. You can add trim such as ribbon, fringe, or tassels onto different types of fabrics for a completely different, yet dressy, look.
With two tension rods, you can fake a custom roman shade in your bathroom.
For bathrooms with privacy issues, particularly those on the ground floor, wood blinds are a slam-dunk design decision. They are easy to operate: simply twirl the wand to close or open. They also clean up with a quick dusting and can hold up to moisture in a wet room. Choose a finish that matches your window trim.
Create a romantic look in your bathroom by hanging curtains that barely graze the floor. This treatment is simple yet stylish and gives the illusion that the window extends to the floor when the curtains are closed. Using a bold black fabric is a nice foil for pastel walls and makes it easy to match artwork frames that tie the scheme together.
Floor-to-ceiling curtain panels add a graceful touch to an otherwise minimal and classic bathroom. If you want to hang curtains that skim the floor, be sure that they will stay dry. This look is best reserved for an adult bathroom retreat where the curtains can add privacy if needed while adding a finished layer to the windows.
A custom shade looks grand when hung at the ceiling rather than within the window frame, creating the illusion of a larger window.
Add a luxurious touch with a soft Roman shade. The blue hues of this window treatment work perfectly in the white bathroom. Other blue accents create a soothing, timeless look.